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Top Rated Santoku Knives

A quality Santoku knife is arguably one of the most versatile knives in any well-equipped kitchen. This wonderful tool falls somewhere between a chef knife, cleaver and vegetable knife. Our best-rated blade selections have received the highest ratings from our customers. And with all their great qualities, it's no wonder these top-rated Santoku knives have been the subject of such praise.

"Santoku" is the Japanese word for "three virtues" or "three uses," generally referring to the three cutting tasks a Santoku knife handles best: dicing, slicing and mincing. Whether you are looking to mince garlic and then dice your vegetables for a stir-fry or slice fish and seafood for sashimi and sushi, our customer Santoku knives reviews should help you choose the right one for your kitchen and prepping needs.

The best-rated knives are available as individual knives or as a Santoku knife set containing two knives with different blade lengths, typically 5-inch and 7-inch blades. Many of the top-rated Santoku knives' handles are contoured to provide a safe, comfortable grip to reduce fatigue while cutting. Choose a knife with a Pakkawood handle or one made from polypropylene or composite POM. Regardless of your preference and hand size, we have knives to fit most any chef. Another feature of all of these best-rated knives is a hollow indentation pattern on the blade to create air pockets between the knife and the food, reducing surface tension and allowing the food to release more easily from the blade.

Popular Brands:
Shun's Classic line is their most popular line, offering an assortment of traditional European designs combined with their proprietary VG-MAX cutting core. Wusthof's Classic triple-riveted knife series offers a forged high-carbon steel blade for durability. Zwilling J.A. Henckels' Twin Series high-carbon German stainless steel knife offers hand-sharpened, laser-controlled edges.

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