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The Santoku is an eastern style all-purpose knife. It has a flatter cutting edge and uses an up and down motion for cutting and chopping.  This knife excels at chopping vegetables and fruit.  The lack of a sharp point usually makes it less intimidating for most people to use.  I currently make this knife in two sizes 5” (125mm) / 7” (175mm) to accommodate different needs when chopping.

Handle Design

First and foremost, I designed the handles of my kitchen knives to be extremely comfortable in your hand.  The handles have a hourglass shape that fits the palm of your hand very well.  When chopping for hours, your hand will not be as fatigued as it would be with non contoured knives.


Filework is a design that is cut into the spine of the knife and filled in with epoxy.  This does not effect the performance of the knife, but is a very unique design element you don’t see on most knives.

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