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Santoku Knives

The Santoku became popular after World War II, when the Japanese economic boom meant that meat began to appear on menus next to fish. A Japanese blade shape was combined with a symmetrical European blade grind. One striking feature is the shorter length with the sheep's foot tip. It is correct to use the Santoku for pulling cuts, following Japanese tradition.

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Santoku Knives

The Santoku became popular after World War II, when the Japanese economic boom meant that meat began to appear on menus next to fish. A Japanese blade shape was combined with a symmetrical European blade grind. One striking feature is the shorter length with the sheep's foot tip. It is correct to use the Santoku for pulling cuts, following Japanese tradition.

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Santoku Knives

The Santoku became popular after World War II, when the Japanese economic boom meant that meat began to appear on menus next to fish. A Japanese blade shape was combined with a symmetrical European blade grind. One striking feature is the shorter length with the sheep's foot tip. It is correct to use the Santoku for pulling cuts, following Japanese tradition.

The Santoku became popular after World War II, when the Japanese economic boom meant that meat began to appear on menus next to fish. A Japanese blade shape was combined with a symmetrical... read more »
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Santoku Knives

The Santoku became popular after World War II, when the Japanese economic boom meant that meat began to appear on menus next to fish. A Japanese blade shape was combined with a symmetrical European blade grind. One striking feature is the shorter length with the sheep's foot tip. It is correct to use the Santoku for pulling cuts, following Japanese tradition.

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Kochmesser, Schwarz, Feststehend, X50CrMoV15, Spezialkunststoff
Böker Manufaktur Forge Santoku

Available

55,51 € *
Kochmesser, Braun, Feststehend, X50CrMoV15, Walnussholz
Böker Manufaktur Solingen Core Santoku with Hollow Edge

Available

97,43 € *
Kochmesser, Braun, Feststehend, X50CrMoV15, Ahornholz
Böker Manufaktur Forge Wood Santoku

Available

64,29 € *
Kochmesser, Braun, Feststehend, Nitro-B, Bocoteholz
Viper Sakura Bocote Santoku

From 02.10.2020

93,53 € *
Kochmesser, Schwarz, Feststehend, X50CrMoV15, POM
Due Cigni Florenz Santoku

Available

52,59 € *
Kochmesser, Schwarz, Feststehend, X50CrMoV15, Kunststoff
Böker Manufaktur Solingen Core Professional Santoku with Hollow Edge

Available

68,19 € *
Kochmesser, Schwarz, Feststehend, 440C, Grenadillholz
Böker Manufaktur Solingen Saga Santoku Grenadill

Available

136,42 € *
Kochmesser, Weiß, X50CrMoV15, POM
Due Cigni 1896 Santoku POM White

7 weeks after order

55,51 € *
Kochmesser, Braun, Feststehend, X50CrMoV15, Walnussholz
Due Cigni 1896 Walnut Santoku

3 weeks after order

65,26 € *
Kochmesser, Schwarz, 12C27, HPL
Due Cigni Arne Santoku HPL

3 weeks after order

78,91 € *
Kochmesser, Schwarz, X50CrMoV15, POM
Due Cigni 1896 POM Santoku

Available

53,56 € *
Kochmesser, Schwarz, Feststehend, X50CrMoV15, Kunststoff
Böker Manufaktur Solingen Core Professional Santoku

Available

61,36 € *