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Nomadife Wooden Knife Case Silver & Cutting Board Set (S)

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Product Information

  • Brand:Nomadife
  • Color:Wood Grain Body × Silver Cover
  • Items Included:Nomadife Wooden Knife Case Silver and Cutting Board (Both small size)
  • Material:Knife Case Body: Wood (Moth) / Knife Case Cover: Aluminum (Anodic oxide coated) , Cutting Board: Wood (Moth)
  • Product type:Knife Cases, Cutting Boards
  • Country of origin:Japan
  • Dimensions (approx):Knife Case Body: Dimensions (approx): Diameter: 315 x 24 x 53 mm, Item weight (approx): 131 g / Cutting Board: Dimensions (approx): Diameter: 250 x 250 x 16 mm, Item weight (approx): 271 g
  • Shipping weight (approx):1240 g

Knife Case

  • Hold the middle of the body and pull the sliding cover slowly with your dominant hand.
  • Place the knife with its blade facing down.
  • After confirming that the blade is fixed on the inner magnet, slightly move the knife where it should be.
  • Put the cover back to the body slowly and slide it until it’s locked.

Cutting Board

  • To prevent it getting smells from foods, make sure to wet it before use.
  • If the scratches from knives stand out, put a wet towel on the board and gently iron it so that the scratches will be less visible.
  • In case black stains appear on the surface, scrub the board with sandpaper so that the stains will be less visible.
  • Incompatible with dish washers.


Since the establishment in 1892, Babacho has responded to constantly changing needs over time. In the era when there is nothing left in Japan after the World War II, it started primitive wholesale business selling the local products stocked from the peddlers nationwide and kept developing in the subsequent high economic growth period. In addition to selling imported goods and materials from Taiwan to domestic customers, it now sells hand tools and gardening merchandise as DIY shop business is rising in Japan.

Babacho promises that it will keep trying hard to maintain the principles of corporate management based upon its truly “customer first” spirit and to improve its service.