Santoku Knives

In the kitchen, one of the most important tools you are going to need is a knife. It is even said that a knife is a chef’s partner in the kitchen. It should be comfortable to feel when used so you can achieve that perfect dish you want to cook. Whether it is for dicing, slicing, chopping, or mincing, choosing the best knife is important to make cooking effortless, precise, and pleasurable. Santoku knives are often the most ideal choice because of its versatility. You can choose it to cut or chop large quantities of vegetables, herbs, or meat. When it comes to anything you need to do with a knife, a santoku knife is definitely a perfect choice.

Here are the top 8 Santoku knives to choose from.

1.       Tadafusa Hobo Kobo 170 mm Santoku

It’s a simple and stylish santoku that is known for its Japanese cutting edge. It’s also one of the best options at a competitive price. This santoku is a great choice for a minimalist chef. It has a blade length of 170 mm and a blade height of 42 mm.

2.       Fujimoto Nashiji Santoku 165 mm

Fujimoto knives are all hand-forged in the city of Sanjo by master craftsmen. They are reliable and affordable hand-crafted blades that ensure consistent functionality. This santoku feels comfortable and well-balanced. This knife’s blade length is 165 mm and the height is 49 mm.

3.       Masakage Yuki Santoku 165 mm

This knife is named Yuki which translates to snow. This is because of its frosty Nashiji finish. It is hand-made with white carbon steel and is clad in softer stainless steel. Its main features are its easy sharpening, silky-smooth cut, and superior edge retention.

4.       Masakage Kiri Santoku 165 mm

This knife is forged from VG-10 – a high carbon stainless steel that is fashioned for knife making. Its handle is made of white magnolia and white pakka – a knife made from art!

5.       Haruyuki Mugi Santoku

This choice is a perfect mix of value, beauty, and performance. It is often dubbed as a low maintenance knife because of its AUS8 stainless steel. It is best used on cutting vegetables and is easy to handle. It has a blade length of 180 mm and a blade height of 45 mm.

6.       Masashi Koi Santoku 165 mm

This santoku knife has a finish that looks like dragon scales. It’s the perfect knife for slicing, dicing, and mincing. This is one of the most popular choices for Western kitchens because of its unique shape. It has a blade length of 165 mm.

7.       Sugimori Santoku 170 mm

This multi-purpose knife has beautiful craftsmanship and is perfectly balanced. With its razor-sharp edge, it is a perfect santoku to use for slicing, dicing, and mincing. It has a blade length of 170 mm.

8.       Masakage Koishi Santoku

This knife is called Koishi which means pebbles. This is because of its finish that looks like river pebbles. It’s a perfect kitchen knife as it has a great overall balance. It is one of the most popular santokus from Knifewear as it is easy to maintain.