Japanese Santoku Knife Yaxell SAYAKA - Santoku Blade length 180 mm handle steel steel
The Santoku knife is none other than the Japanese version of the chef's knife. It was created by the Japanese in order to have a versatile kitchen utensil. The Japanese Santoku Knife can indeed multitask, precisely three. It can cut or slice foods, meat such as fish. It can also chop the vegetables, herbs or even hard foods. Finally, he used to chop meat. For the cutter can perform all these tasks, it must have a curved blade with a cutting edge quite thin. The Santoku is a true standard in Japan.
fixed blade knives are distinguished by their straight blades and stationary. This is the most traditional way to fix the blade on the knife handle. Most knives used in the kitchen, as Santoku or chef's knife, come with fixed blades.