Japanese Soft Cutting Board

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Size: 500 x 300 x 20 mm / 19.75 x 11.8 x .8 inch

Japanese Soft Cutting Board

500 x 300 x 20 mm / 19.75 x 11.8 x .8 inch
800 x 400 x 25 mm / 31.5 x 15.75 x 1 inch
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Product information

Hasegawa produces signature wood-core cutting boards which are lightweight and rigid. The soft surface is  suitable for delicate Japanese knives, and ultimately great for any kitchen knife.


FSR Series

The Soft Cutting Board cushions and absorbs the slicing & cutting strikes of your knife. This preserves  your blade’s sharpness, making your cooking experience a joy. 

Light Weight

The wood core makes it 30-50% lighter than other solid plastic cutting boards. Handling the cutting boards becomes much easier, leading to better hygiene and maintenance. Also, the risk of injury is lower if you drop it.


It does not easily warp or bend under long-term use, especially when using board-risers. Furthermore it can withstand high-temp washing without warping. It is always stable and dish-washer safe. 

Blade Friendly

The soft materials applied to the surfaces make it very blade-friendly, which helps maintain a sharp blade on knives. Also, the grippy surface prevent ingredients from moving when cutting, suitable for delicate cuts!

Concerns about the wood core?
Hasegawa's wood core is sterilized and covered with thick plastic layers fully and completely. Therefore, the wood won't be exposed if it is handled correctly.




  • Do not use or store at temperatures over 194°F (90°C) or below -22°F (-30°C).


  • Deformation & warping may occur when weight is applied over a long period at high temperature. If this occurs, heat the board to about 176°F (80°C), place it on a flat surface, then place something flat & heavy on top and let it cool.


  • Do not place recently deep fried food directly onto the board after frying. Scalding temperatures of food will absorb into the board such as oil and grease, causing discoloration or staining.