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You should try the Twin Cermax Santoku 7" by Zwilling JA Henckels, its rentention to sharpness is indeed very good and long only downside is that you need to use a Henckels whetstone to sharpen it, nothing else would do, but the plus side is that everything feels like softened butter to cut.
Santoku means three (3) virtues, the santoku is utilized in aisan cooking, primarily for fish, meat and vegetables.  The price is dependant on the range/quality of the knife.  Upmarket santoku cuts through hard vegetables like carrots as if you are slicing through butter.    
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