Santoku or the "Quintessential Japanese Kitchen Knife"

The Santoku is a highly versatile tool, much like a chef’s knife. The Bunka is its more bad-ass cousin. The extra height offers more knuckle clearance for those with big hands while the shorter blade is comfortable for even the most delicate of cooks. In Japanese Santoku means three-virtues which breaks down to meat, fish and vegetables.


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The Santoku is a highly versatile tool, much like a chef’s knife. The Bunka is its more bad-ass cousin. The extra height offers more knuckle clearance for those with big hands while the shorter blade is comfortable for even the most delicate of cooks. In Japanese Santoku means three-virtues which breaks down to meat, fish and vegetables.


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