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Asian & Santoku Knives

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6.5 inch shun nakiri
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Shun Classic 6-1/2-Inch Stainless-Steel Nakiri Knife

Shun Classic 6-1/2-Inch Stainless-Steel Nakiri Knife

“I have had this knife for about four years now and I love it I use it all the time during service because of its small size I find its easy to have out and can hold its edge well enough to do the quick small jobs that are needed when on the line (i.e scoring fish skin cutting chops out of a rack of lamb. I used to work in a small kitchen with limited space so having my French knife out on...” --Mark Hernen

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Shun Combination Whetstone Knife Sharpener

Shun Combination Whetstone Knife Sharpener

This Shun Combination Whetstone includes two types of ceramic grit, a 300 grit and 1000 grit which allows you to sharpen your knives and then hone the edge to a smooth finish. A rough to medium grit, this stone works best when wet down for both lubrication and cleaning.

Shun Pro Yanagiba Knife, 10-1/2-Inch

Shun Pro Yanagiba Knife, 10-1/2-Inch

The perfect knife for the at-home sushi and sashimi chef, the Shun Pro Yanagiba Knife creates paper-thin slices perfect for these traditional Japanese creations. Yanagiba blades are perfect for slicing the most delicate cuts of fish and other meats, without creating friction damage to the food. The long, narrow blade is exceptional at slicing soft foods, while maintaining the food's...

Yoshihiro Kasumi Mioroshi 8.25"(210mm)- It Is Thinner, Lighter and Longer Than the Deba

Yoshihiro Kasumi Mioroshi 8.25"(210mm)- It Is Thinner, Lighter and Longer Than the Deba

The Mioroshi is a filet knife. It is thinner, lighter and longer than the deba. It can be used more efficiently than the deba because of the thinner and lighter blade. But it should not be used as a butcher knife or to cut through thick bones. Kasumi means mist in Japanese. The border of the blade on a Kasumi has beautiful waves that look like a mist. It is made of two materials; blue or...

Togiharu Hammered Texture Damascus Gyutou 9.4" (24cm)

Togiharu Hammered Texture Damascus Gyutou 9.4" (24cm)

Style: Gyutou, Steel Type: Stain-Resistant Steel, Saya Cover: Not Included, Blade: Double-Edged, Handle Material: Hardwood, Hardness Rockwell C scale: 58. Available Sizes: 8.2", 9.4".

ZHEN Japanese VG-10 67 Layers Damascus Gyuto Chef Cutlery Knife, 8-Inch

ZHEN Japanese VG-10 67 Layers Damascus Gyuto Chef Cutlery Knife, 8-Inch

This super sharp VG-10 Japanese stainless steel knife are clad with 67-layer Damascus dragon pattern on both sides. This design could increase toughness, improve rust and stain resistance and prolong knife life. The gyuto style tip design makes the knife more easy to do the slicing job. The prefect weight balanced full length handle are made of PAKKAWOOD which is durable, non-slip, easy to...

Friedr. DickPremier Nature Series 7-Inch Santoku, Granton Edge

Friedr. DickPremier Nature Series 7-Inch Santoku, Granton Edge

The Dickoron celebrates 75th anniversary by the end o 2009. The gold edition of the Dickoron classic, oval features fitting parts plated with genuine gold and a Dick saniGrip Boning Knife.

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Wusthof Ikon 7-Inch Santoku Hollow Edge, Blackwood

Wusthof Ikon 7-Inch Santoku Hollow Edge, Blackwood

“ Pretty good knife. I love Wusthof because of their high quality German steel and the research they put into ergonomics. This knife is for anyone who likes a knife with weight and a good feel. The blade isn't super sharp and I usually end up sharpening mine a few times a day, but it's as good as German steel gets. Anyone who wants a santoku that keeps a super sharp edge, should go Japanese....” --slowjuicerdave

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Shun Kaji Fusion Santoku Knife, 7-Inch

Shun Kaji Fusion Santoku Knife, 7-Inch

“I originally received a set of these as a gift. the 7 inch knife is one of my favorites. Typically sharp Japanese type blade with a really solid handle. The weight surprised me at first, but I've come to really enjoy the ease of using this knife. If you have not tried a knife with this type of grip/handle it may take some getting used to, but overall it's a wonderful knife that will probably...” --

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