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All-Round Knife -- An alternative to a chef’s knife. Santoku means "three virtues" in Japanese, that is, excelling at slicing, dicing and mincing.
Push-Cut Master -- The 7-inch santoku knife is typically shorter than a chef’s knife with noticeably different blade geometry, featuring a sheep’s foot rounded tip and a straight edge that increases the cutting area and excels at downward cut, making it a push-cut master. The evenly spaced hollow-ground indentations on the blade prevent food from sticking to it.
Exceptional Sharpness and Precision -- The blade core is made of Japanese AUS-10V high carbon steel rated at 60-62HRC hardness ensuring effortless cutting and long edge retention. The shockingly thin 15°±1° double bevel edge excels at fine cuts.With high sharpness and precision, it cuts food like a breeze.
Breathtaking Rolling Wave Pattern -- The blade, forged with 67 layers of steel, presents stunning rolling wave pattern with high artistic value that serves as a good decor in the kitchen. The pattern is permanent and rust resistant.
Triangular Comfort Handle -- The handle features a striking triangular shape with exquisite black texture. It feels comfortable and not easy to slide. It’s made of G10 material that won’t deform thus guarantees life-long durability.
Easy Maintenance -- 66 layers of stainless steel cladding over the blade core produce exceptional corrosion resistance and rust resistance. Less time needed for the maintenance.
Gyo means the teeth of the shark, same sharp as the collection of these knives. Its unusual design proves its sharp edges for everyone that wants to have a little more professional knives. The knives fit perfectly into every large or little hand providing long, comfortable cutting and peeling. This collection should be found in the kitchen for professionals as for demanding amateurs.