The Santoku kitchen knife has a straight cutting edge and a spine reaching down to its curved point. Browse through our online Japanese knife stores and you will find the best Santoku knives for ‘tap chopping’ and ‘push cutting.’ These are best utilized for meat, seafood and vegetables.
Our Santoku is available in single bevel edge and double bevel edge variants. It is a lot thinner and shorter. Even if you’ve small hands, don’t worry. You can comfortably apply your skills with Santoku knives that ranges between 130mm to 180mm in length.
These knives feature hard steel forged from high-carbon steel via traditional Japanese blacksmithing. On the other hand, some Santoku knife variants are constructed from soft iron and involve multiple processes.