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Santoku

SLICING, DICING AND CHOPPING MEAT, FISH AND VEGETABLES

‘Santoku’ in Japanese means ‘three virtues’, relating to its proficiency with meat, fish and vegetables (or with mincing, slicing and dicing). This multipurpose knife is perhaps the most versatile of all knives.

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FORGED BY HAND IN SEKI, JAPAN

Nowadays, Seki City is known for producing the finest kitchen knives in the world. All our Pro Series blades are forged in Seki by a family who have been forging katanas and knives from father to son for over 400 years. Mr Kawamura's family (Hazaki's production partner) is unequivocally one of the most experienced forge in Japan, which makes their knives among the best in the world.

Forged from Damascus AUS8 steel, the Classic Series blade is a true work of art. The AUS8 Steel has with a Rockwell Hardness rating of 59, at once both durable and malleable, rust-resistant and peerless in edge retention.

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MILITARY GRADE HANDLES

All our Classic Series handles are made from military grade G10 fiberglass material. G10 is an extremely hard material that is highly resistant to shock, heat and moisture.

The Classic Series knives were made to endure professional kitchens conditions, meaning being able to take a lot of heat, humidity and tossing around. The knives are literally unbreakable and will stay sharp for the long haul.

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Being a chef, I'm going through most Japanese knives in less than a year. With Hazaki knives, I feel that they are the perfect balance between sharp and robust. They keep their edge forever but are not as fragile as other Japanese knives, they're definitely my favorite knives ever.

BOB LE CHEF

More than 20 years of experience in the industry, author of 3 cookings books and host of 8 cooking TV shows

I have a multitude of knives in all shapes and sizes and range in quality from $60 - $2000. Hazaki is by far the best bang for the buck you can get. It compares to my most expensive blades in terms of performance and is pretty affordable. I really like the weight, shape and feeling in hand of all my Pro Series knives. They keep their edge for a very long time as well. Awesome products!

OLIVER BECKETT HARDING

CHEF TEACHER AT P.A.C.C. CULINARY SCHOOL, FORMER CHEF AT SLK RD AND HOUSTON

Awesome looking knives, I love the combination between the Japanese blade and Canadian handle and the modern design. Very, very, very sharp blades that perform consistently in the kitchen. I'm totally in love with the products!

OWEN HAN

FOOD AND CONTENT CREATOR (@OWEN.HAN ON INSTAGRAM AND TIKTOK)

I am a massive fan of Japanese knives. I've used many top brands but Hazaki Knives beat them all! They are light, sharp as hell and feel fantastic to use.

MAX DUMONT

FOOD AND CONTENT CREATOR (@GRILLHUNTERS ON INSTAGRAM)

If you are looking to invest in only one quality knife in your lifetime, you should seriously consider a Hazaki Knife.


BOB LE CHEF

More than 20 years of experience in the industry, author of 3 cookings books and host of 8 cooking TV shows

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