Is it rude to give a kitchen knife as a gift?
This is a question that I am sometimes asked by customers.
Giving a knife for a celebration is... good luck!
Although it may seem like a bad image, it is a very good omen because it is an object that cuts off evil and opens up good luck. I've always wondered if someone would give me one....
It is a perfect gift for Mother's Day, Father's Day, housewarming, retirement, birthday, store opening, New Year's Day, New Year's Day, Chinese New Year, etc., and above all, wedding gifts.
I think there are a lot of people who use their kitchen knives without thinking, even though they are aware that they are not sharp enough. When you receive a new knife, you realize for the first time that the knife you have been using for a long time was difficult to use.
Most people then realize that their knives were scratched or not sharp at all.
And they will be impressed by the beauty of the appearance and sharpness of the new knife.
It is recommended that you tell the gift recipient that the blade is a lucky charm.
That way, you won't get a bad impression and they'll be very happy.