A traditional kitchenware shop which has operated in Kappabashi since the Meiji period. The shop procures quality products direct from skilled craftspeople to supply them to customers seeking truly good items. The shop's primary focus is kitchen knives and iron pots and pans. The shop's frypans and woks are hand-hammered from plate iron. KAMA-ASA's thick rice pots are Nambu-tekki ironware. Its kitchen knives are handmade by craftspeople from around the country and left plain without any name inscribed. On request, customers can have their name inscribed at the time of purchase. Customers can also have kitchen knives purchased here sharpened for an additional fee.
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- New Year's Holiday
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- On foot aboutminutes
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