Made by Shizu Hamono Co. in Seki, Gifu this knife is useful for cutting various ingredients for a variety of Japanese and western cuisine.
The handle is made of reinforced laminated wood that is easy to grip and tough against water.
Seki is famous for producing quality knives in Japan dating back 800 years ago.
Shizu Hamono Co., Ltd. was born in Showa 55, inheriting the superior techniques and traditions of sword masters from the Kamakura period. They have superior technology, blended with intricate manufacturing.
Blade : stainless steel
Total length 310mm - Blade lenght 190mm
The actual wood grains and colour may appear slightly different from one another.
Do not soak in water for long periods of time.
Comes in a wooden box.
Santoku knives or to give them their full name Santoku bocho knives, which translates as 'three uses', are ideal for mincing, dicing and slicing, as they feature a straight edge with a narrow sheep's foot blade.