Finally, an Authentic Japanese Kitchen Knife Set that Doesn't Cost a Fortune.

It's not a secret that Japanese knives are costly, costing hundreds if not thousands per piece. In cooperation with renowned Japanese knife master Nakazawa Katashi, whose handcrafted knives are used at the best restaurants worldwide,

we have created Toru Knife Set.

  • Hammered finish (tsuchime) non-stick blade allows chefs to chop ingredients quickly and more efficiently because ingredients do not stick to the blade surface.
  • Perfectly Crafted and Balanced - Toru is a knife that chefs describe as an extension of their hands - as precise as a knife could be.
  • Razor-sharp blade and comfortable anti-slip handle guarantee outstanding performance.

Unmatched Quality!


oute to the final Germany Germany's route to the final Opponent Result 1 Poland 2–0 2 Croatia 1–2 3 Austria 1–0 QF Portugal 3–2 SF Turkey 3–2 Germany were drawn in Group B for the tournament, alongside Austria, Croatia and Poland. They faced Poland in their first game in Klagenfurt, Austria, on 8 June 2008. Lukas Podolski gave Germany the lead after 20 minutes when he scored following a pass from Miroslav Klose. Podolski then added a second goal 18 minutes before the end with a volley, to give Germany a 2–0 victory. The win was their first in the tournament since their win over the Czech Republic in the Euro 1996 Final, after they had recorded no wins in 2000 or in 2004. Their second group game took place four days later against Croatia, again in Klagenfurt. Croatia took the lead after 24 minutes through Darijo Srna, before Ivica Oli? added a second shortly after the hour mark. Podolski scored for Germany on 78 minu tes to make the score 2–1, but they had few chances thereafter and Croatia held on for the win. Bastian Schweinsteiger, a German substitute, was sent off in the 90th minute when he pushed Jerko Leko after the latter had tackled him. Germany concluded their group fixtures against co-hosts Austria in Vienna on 16 June needing a draw to secure their progress to the quarter-finals, while their opponents required a win. The game was settled when Michael Ballack scored from a 30-yard (27 m) free kick in the second half to give Germany a 1–0 win. They qualified as runners-up in the group behind Croatia. Germany's quarter-final match was against Portugal in the Swiss city of Basel on 19 June. Germany raced into a 2–0 lead in the first half hour of the game with goals from Schweinsteiger and Klose, before Nuno Gomes pulled back a goal for Portugal shortly before half-time. Ballack extended Germany's lead with a header on 62 minutes, and despite Hélder Postiga 's late goal for Portugal, Germany held on for a 3–2 win. They returned to Basel again for their semi-final against Turkey, on 25 June. Turkey had several chances in the opening 20 minutes before taking the lead on 22 minutes; U?ur Boral's shot went under the body of goalkeeper Jens Lehmann after Colin Kazim-Richards had hit the crossbar. Five minutes later Schweinsteiger equalised for Germany with a close-range shot. Klose scored Germany's second on 79 minutes, but Turkey equalised 7 minutes later through Semih ?entürk. With the game heading towards extra time, Germany's Philipp Lahm scored a winning goal in the 90th minute. BBC Sport's Phil McNulty described the 3–2 victory as "barely deserved", but Germany were nonetheless through to the fin