Kasumi Kuro Santoku knife
|Function||03. cook's knives|
|Length||17 cm blade|
The Santoku, a high-blade multi-purpose knife for close-range work, is the great classic of Japanese knives. Camber and curvature of the lines shaped so as not to generate vibration waves, a typically Japanese form optimized over the centuries.
- Steel: 0.8% carbon HRC 57-59 ° hammered damast with 32/64 layers
- Handle: laminated wood, octagonal for a good grip
- Sharpening: ambidextrous
The kitchen damast specialist - Kasumi - offers us here a double contrast: patterns on the blade surface, then the colored handles contrast with the shine of the blades, as braided armor did with glowing sabers.