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This "OLD SCHOOL" Santoku knife was made by Sakai Genkichi from Sakai city in Osaka Prefecture in Japan. 180mm long blades are hand-forged in Japanese traditional method "Varicomi" (Inserted hard steel between softer steel) using Aichi Steel company stainless steel AUS8 as a core. Japanese-style knife handle made from Magnolia Wood with unique Japanese Negoro-Nuri Urushi finished.
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This "OLD SCHOOL" Santoku knife was made by Sakai Genkichi from Sakai city in Osaka Prefecture in Japan. 180mm long blades are hand-forged in Japanese traditional method "Varicomi" (Inserted hard steel between softer steel) using Aichi Steel company stainless steel AUS8 as a core. Japanese-style knife handle made from Magnolia Wood with unique Japanese Akebono-Nuri Urushi finished.
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This "OLD SCHOOL" Santoku knife was made by Sakai Genkichi from Sakai city in Osaka Prefecture in Japan. 180mm long blades are hand-forged in Japanese traditional method "Varicomi" (Inserted hard steel between softer) using high-purity Hitachi White steel 2 (Shirogami #2) carbon steel as a core. Japanese-style knife handle made from Magnolia Wood with unique Japanese Negoro-Nuri Urushi finished.
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This "OLD SCHOOL" Santoku knife was made by Sakai Genkichi from Sakai city in Osaka Prefecture in Japan. 180mm long blades are hand-forged in Japanese traditional method "Varicomi" (Inserted hard steel between softer) using high-purity Hitachi White steel 2 (Shirogami #2) carbon steel as a core. Japanese-style knife handle made from Magnolia Wood with unique Japanese Akebono-Nuri Urushi finished.
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This "OLD SCHOOL" Santoku knife was made by Sakai Genkichi from Sakai city in Osaka Prefecture in Japan. 180mm long blades are hand-forged in Japanese traditional method "Varicomi" (Inserted hard steel between stainless steel) using high-purity Hitachi Blue steel 2 (Aogami #2) carbon steel as a core. Japanese-style knife handle made from Magnolia Wood with unique Japanese Negoro-Nuri Urushi finished.
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This "OLD SCHOOL" Santoku knife was made by Sakai Genkichi from Sakai city in Osaka Prefecture in Japan. 180mm long blades are hand-forged in Japanese traditional method "Varicomi" (Inserted hard steel between stainless steel) using high-purity Hitachi Blue steel 2 (Aogami #2) carbon steel as a core. Japanese-style knife handle made from Magnolia Wood with unique Japanese Akebono-Nuri Urushi finished
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This Sakai Takayuki Santoku knife was made by the world-famous Aoki Hamono Seisakusho Company from Sakai city in Osaka Prefecture in Japan. 180mm long blade is made by Japanese traditional method "Varicomi" (Inserted hard steel between softer stainless steel) using super-pure high carbon Blue steel 2 (Aogami 2) as a core. Western-style knife handle made from strong Packer Wood.
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This beautiful Sakai Takayuki 33-layer Damascus Santoku knife was made by the world-famous Aoki Hamono Seisakusho Company from Sakai city in Osaka Prefecture in Japan. 170mm long blade is made from 33 Layer stainless Damascus with Hammered pattern, using Japanese high-purity steel VG10 from Takefu Special Steel Company as the central core.  This knife's Japanese-style half-rounded octagonal handle is hand-made from Keyaki (Japanese Elm or Japanese zelkova) with mahogany ferrule/bolster.
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This beautiful Sakai Takayuki 45-layer Damascus Santoku Knife was made by the world-famous Aoki Hamono Seisakusho Company from Sakai city in Osaka Prefecture in Japan. 180mm long blade is made from 45-layer stainless Damascus with Hammered pattern, using Japanese high-purity steel AUS10 from Aichi Techno Metal Fukaumi Company as the central core.  This knife's Japanese-style half-rounded octagonal handle is hand-made from Magnolia wood with ferrule/bolster from Italian resin.
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Santoku knife made by Japanese Tetsuhiro Knife Company from Sanjo City in Niigata Prefecture. 170mm long blade made by Japanese traditional method "Varicomi" (Inserted hard steel between softer stainless steel) using super-pure high carbon Blue steel 2 (Aogami 2) as a core. Western-style handle made from solid black paper micarta.
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Beautiful Santoku knife made by Japanese Tetsuhiro Knife Company from Sanjo City in Niigata Prefecture. With 170mm long blade made from beautiful multi-layer Damascus with high-purity (highly-selected pure iron material used) steel VG10, as the central core. Western-style handle made from black paper micarta.
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Santoku knife made by Japanese Tetsuhiro Knife Company from Sanjo City in Niigata Prefecture. 170 mm long blade made by Japanese traditional method "Varicomi" (Inserted hard steel between softer stainless steel) using super-pure high carbon Blue Super steel as a core. Western-style knife handle made from strong black paper micarta.
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Santoku knife made by Japanese Tetsuhiro Knife Company from Sanjo City in Niigata Prefecture. 170mm long blade made by Japanese traditional method "Varicomi" (Inserted hard steel as a core between softer stainless steel) using specialized cutlery powder steel Super Gold 2 (SG2)-also known as "powder high-speed stainless steel) as the central core. Western-style handle made from solid black paper micarta.
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Santoku knife made by Japanese Tetsuhiro Knife Company from Sanjo City in Niigata Prefecture. 160mm long blade made by Japanese traditional method "Varicomi" (Inserted hard steel as a core between softer stainless steel) using specialized cutlery powder steel Super Gold 2 (SG2)-also known as "powder high-speed stainless steel) as the central core. Western-style handle made from solid black paper micarta.
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Beautiful Santoku knife made by Japanese Tetsuhiro Knife Company from Sanjo City in Niigata Prefecture. With 160mm long blade made from beautiful multi-layer Damascus with high-purity (highly-selected pure iron material used) steel VG10, as the central core. Western-style handle made from black paper micarta.
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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.

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