Haruyuki Goma Santoku 180mm

About the shape - Santoku means 'Three Virtues' or 'To solve Three Problems'. The three virtues are meat, fish and vegetables, or slicing, dicing and mincing depending on your interpretation. This means that the Santoku is an all-around knife, suitable for the amateur home cook and the professional chef alike. The height means good clearance for big hands, while the relatively short blade can be wielded by anyone.

About Haruyuki Goma - Haruyuki Goma blades offer great looks combined with spectacular performance and ruggedness. If you're buying your first fancy knife, or giving one as a gift, you can't do better than the Goma. VG-10 is steel formulated specially to make knives; it brings sharpness, toughness and stain resistance together in the best combination possible. The result is a mind-blowingly sharp edge that stays sharp for a very long time. Compared to other stainless steels, it is a dream to sharpen. 

These knives are hand sharpened and hand-honed with a 50/50 double bevel edge, making them great performers in the kitchen. The unique tsuchime finish (hand hammered dimples) allows the blade to slide through food without sticking with the added bene t of a distinctive looking blade. The pakkawood handle is made from layers of wood and resin, compressed under intense pressure to produce and incredibly durable material. 

Knife Shape Santoku
Blade Length 180mm
Steel Type VG10 Stainless Steel
Rockwell Hardness 60:62
Edge/Bevel Double (50/50)
Handle Mahogany effect pakkawood with welded bolster
Knife line Haruyuki Goma
Manufacturer Haruyuki

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