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Santoku means "3 virtues" in Japanese: slicing, cutting, and chopping. Virtually all ingredients in your kitchen can be easily prepared with this knife. The flatter edge close to the handle allows you to chop meats with ease. The slightly curved edge away from the handle lets you slice through fish, vegetables, and more.

The versatility and ease to use makes the Santoku a staple in all kitchens worldwide.

Why These Knives?

Made With The Everyday Cook In Mind

This line of knives strike the perfect balance between a ludicrously sharp edge and durability.


Sharpened with an 8 degree angle on each side for a scalpel-sharp edge. Most knives are sharpened at 17+ degrees on each side. Made with hardened stainless steel, these knives are extremely resistant to corrosion and are designed to last for years to come.


Made of material that are high-quality, yet affordable so the everyday chef can enjoy a supreme cutlery experience without the supreme cost.

FAQs

Q: What are the care instructions for these knives?

A: These knives should be hand-washed, not put in the dishwasher.

Q: How sharp are these knives?
A: These knives are around twice as sharp as average knives that are sharpened at around 16ยบ on each side. These knives have a total blade angle of 16ยบ; 8ยบ on each side.

Q: Are these knives of Damascus steel?
A: No, this knife is not Damascus steel; the pattern of the blade is laser engraved to make it look beautiful and elegant.

Q: How many knives are actually included in the set?
A: If you purchase the set and not the individual knives, it includes 5 knives. This set includes 8 inch Chef Knife, 7 inch Cleaver knife, 7 inch Santoku Knife, 5 inch Santoku Knife, 3.5 inch Paring Knife, to make up the 5 pc set.

Q: How much does shipping cost, and how long does it take?
A: Shipping is free and take 5 to 9 days. Check out our shipping policy here for more info.

Q: How do you sharpen these knives, and what sharpeners are typically used for these knives?
A: You can use any knife sharpener of your choosing to sharpen these knives.