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    Chopping board end grain(Rubberwood) GN 1/2
    Chopping board end grain(Rubberwood) GN 1/2

    Beautiful cutting board of durable Rubberwood

    Material: End grain rubberwood
    Brand: Hendi 506912
    Dimensions: 265x325x45 mm (GN 1/2)
    With rounded corners and milled handles
    Can be used on both sides
    Not suitable for dishwashers.…

    € 35,00 € 29,00
  • Japanese Sushi platter - small -
    Japanese Sushi platter - small -

    Small cutting board or sushi platter

    This small shelf can be used to serve sushi or Sashimi. Due to the small size, this board is not suitable for use as a cutting board.

    Material: Magnolia wood with a matt lacquer
    Size: 180 x…

    € 29,00
  • Japanese Sushi platter - large -
    Japanese Sushi platter - large -

    Small cutting board or sushi platter

    This small shelf can be used to serve sushi or Sashimi. Due to the small size, this board is not suitable for use as a cutting board.

    Material: Magnolia wood with a matt lacquer
    Size: 240 x…

    € 39,00
  • Japanese cutting board (Hinoki)  -Taketora -
    Japanese cutting board (Hinoki) -Taketora -

    Very nice professional cutting board made from traditional Hinoki wood (Japanese Cypress (Chamaecyparis Obtusa) from central Japan.Hinoki wood (not to be confused with Honoki wood) is light pink-brown in color, has a fine grain…

    € 69,00
  • Japanse cutting board (Ginko)  -Kyushu- size L
    Japanse cutting board (Ginko) -Kyushu- size L

    Very nice professional cutting board made from traditional Ginko wood (Japanese nut tree, ginkgo, temple tree or duck leg (Ginkgo biloba, synonym: Salisburia adiantifolia Sm.) Originating from the Kyushu region.Ginko wood is light…

    € 79,00
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    Grapeseed oil, 100 ml
    Grapeseed oil, 100 ml

    Grape seed oil,

    Special oil for the maintenance of cutting boards or for the treatment of wooden protective covers and unprocessed handles.

    This is refined oil and therefore extra pure, the grape seed oil found in the…

    € 17,95 € 15,00
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    Raw Chinese Tung oil /Turpentine oil 50%/50%
    Raw Chinese Tung oil /Turpentine oil 50%/50%

    Mixture of 50% Tung oil with 50% turpentine oil.

    Special oil for the maintenance of cutting boards or for treating wooden protective covers and knife handles. Because the tung oil is dissolved in the turpentine oil, the oil…

    € 5,95 € 4,95
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    Turpentine oil 100%, 100 ml
    Turpentine oil 100%, 100 ml

    Turpentine oil.

    Turpentine oil is used when painting with oil paint to thin the paint or for wood treatment to dilute linseed oil or tung oil so that it penetrates deeper into the wood. It is an excellent solvent for linseed oil…

    € 3,95 € 2,95
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Cutting Boards

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Most cutting boards from Japansemessen.nl are uniquely designed and produced in Japan or by our regular Dutch woodworker. The shelves are suitable for both Western and Japanese cuisine. The real Japanese Sushi boards are generally somewhat larger and longer than regular cutting boards, which makes working with fish easier.

The cutting boards are made of relatively hard woods with a strong anti-bacterial effect. The high hardness of the woods used (Mahogany, Jatoba, etc) ensures that the extremely sharp Japanese knives do not get stuck in the wood. The boards are therefore ideal for cutting with Japanese knives.

We also have a collection of cutting boards and sushi board from the wood of the European olive tree, this wood has a very nice drawing and a fresh scent of olive oil.3sushiboards.jpg

Here you can learn more about the anti-bacterial effect of wood and why a wooden cutting board is best for your kitchen (both for hygiene and for the knives).

Wood, plastic or glass?

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For starters, glass is disastrous for any knife, NEVER use if you don't want your knife to be dull after 1 day, stone, marble, steel or other very hard materials are absolutely not suitable as a cutting board. Of course these materials last a long time, but wood is hygienic and wood and plastic are generally a bit softer and are therefore much better for your precious knife set.

Plastic generally lasts a bit longer than wood, is very affordable and easy to keep clean. Wood is more beautiful and is also very hygienic but needs a little more care (put it in the oil every year) but in terms of daily use, it does not matter which material you choose.

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