A santoku is the Japanese version of the chef's knife. A real all-rounder in the kitchen with a remarkable appearance. The word 'santoku' means: 'three qualities'. It refers to the three ingredients the santoku can handle like no other: meat, fish and vegetables. Are you looking for a kitchen knife with a unique style? Be inspired by these stunning santoku knives!
Eden Kanso Aogami Santoku 18.5 cm
With a hardness of 63 HRC this Eden Kanso Aogami santoku is one of the hardest santoku's in our range. It is the result of the Blue Paper Steel that was used. Because of this extremely hard steel the blade is really thin and razor-sharp!
WMF Spitzenklasse Plus santoku 18 cm
The WMF Spitzenklasse Plus santoku is a traditional Japanese kitchen knife with a European design. Combined, the stainless steel blade and the hard plastic handle leave you with a decent santoku you will enjoy for years to come.
Tojiro Zen Black santoku 16.5 cm
Remarkable about this Tojiro Zen Black santoku is the black oxidized finish of the blade and the dark chestnut wood handle. As such the knife looks very tough but also elegant. A black pearl in your kitchen. The blade is comprised of three layers. A VG10 steel core laminated in between two layers of 13 chrome steel.
Kai Shun Premier Tim Mälzer Santoku 18 cm
The 32 layers of stainless Damascus steel and the rock-solid VG-MAX core have turned this Kai Shun Premier Tim Mälzer Santoku into a practical piece of art. Thanks to the shiny blade the stripes of the damascus steel truly stand out. This santoku is an eye catcher in every kitchen! The stunning walnut wood handle completes the whole.
Not a fan of these knives? Whether you are a professional or amateur chef, a vegetarian or enjoy a piece of meat, whether you work in a large or small kitchen: we made a selection of kitchen knives for everyone. Which set will suit you best?