The name Santoku, or 'Three Virtues' refers to the blades versatility - it's equally efficient at chopping, slicing and cutting. For tasks that require a lighter touch than the typical 20-25cm chefs knife, this blade may be your best bet.
You heard it here first: sharp knives save lives - and this is a knife you'll truely want to keep sharp. Shun are masters of their craft - the Premier series knives are handcrafted in Japan, forged from VG-MAX super steel for a hard yet light blade. With 68 micro-layers of Damascus cladding for strength and the tsuchime or 'hammered-finish' for gliding through food with ease, you can practically hear the blade whispering tales of ancient culinary secrets. From tomatoes to tenderloins, this blade slices and dices with confidence and style.