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All-Round Knife -- An alternative to a chef’s knife. Santoku means "three virtues" in Japanese, that is, excelling at slicing, dicing and mincing.
Push-Cut Master -- The 7-inch santoku knife is typically shorter than a chef’s knife with noticeably different blade geometry, featuring a sheep’s foot rounded tip and a straight edge that increases the cutting area and excels at downward cut, making it a push-cut master. The evenly spaced hollow-ground indentations on the blade prevent food from sticking to it.
Thin Double Bevel Edge -- Shockingly thin 15°±1° double bevel edge excels at fine cuts. It sails through the food effortlessly.
Full Bolster -- The full bolster between the blade and the handle functions as a finger guard while providing additional heft for a perfect balance. It’s safer to use especially for beginners.
Ergonomic Pakkawood Handle -- The handle is ergonomically designed for comfortable use. It’s made of pakkawood, which looks beautiful and feels nice. It has a skeletonized tang that is secured with three silver rivets for superb balance and quality. The embossed endcap adds weight and balance. A graceful 膳 on it as a mark of SHAN ZU cutlery.
Light Weight -- The Japanese santoku knife is lightweight and well balanced that reduces strain and tension on your wrist. It enables you to cut food like a breeze.
Easy Maintenance -- The blade is made of premium German 1.4116 stainless steel rated at 55-57HRC hardness for great rust resistance and ease of maintenance. Less time needed for knife maintenance.