Santoku knife with 16.5 cm hammered, damascus blade in 67-layer Japanese hard steel with 'mirror' finish. The shaft is hand-carved in light magnolia wood and buffalo horn.
As a traditional Japanese kitchen knife, it feels very light and the center of gravity is far back in the hand.
Santoku (三徳) loosely translates to "3 purposes" and refers to the knife's versatility, as it can be used for fish, meat and vegetables. The Santoku knife is a multi-function knife that, in its shape, is designed to be able to chop, slice and cut various raw materials.
With the knife's high blade, your fingers never get in the way, as you can rest your knuckles on the blade and control the knife's movements. At the same time, the length of the blade of 18 cm means that you can cut raw materials in long, soft movements. The pointed end means that you can also finely chop the smallest raw materials.
The Santoku knife is the Japanese all-round knife that is suitable for any kitchen.
67 layers of hammered, damascused AUS10 steel with 'mirror' finish
Handle carved in light magnolia wood and buffalo horn
59-60 HRC (Rockwell hardness scale)