SUNCRAFT "MOKA" Japanese Santoku knife, left-handed
Excellent design knives made in Seki, Japan
These beautiful kitchen knife are made by "SUNCRAFT", a long-established kitchen tool manufacturer in Seki, Japan.
This series of knives "MOKA" was designed by Motomi Kawakami, a world-renowned industrial designer. And it won the Good Design Award of Japan in 2008.
Special model finished for left-handed users
It is not widely known, but common kitchen knives are often finished slightly right-handed. This is a rare special model finished for left-handers.
The blade is made of molybdenum vanadium steel, which is rust-resistant and keeps its sharpness.
Light weight all-stainless steel body for clean use
The seamless body makes it easy to wash.The handle is hollow, making it light and easy to handle.
Streamlined handle fits your hand and the non-slip slit helps for a firm grip
L310 W48 H20
Blade length: 180
MV steel (blade), 18-8 stainless steel (handle)
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Santoku knives are the most popular kitchen knives in modern Japan.
Santoku means "can be used for three ingredients: vegetables, meat, and fish.
Santoku knives are the most commonly used kitchen knives in modern Japan.
Santoku means "can be used for three ingredients: vegetables, meat, and fish”
The long, pointed blade can be used for slicing, fine chopping, and many other purposes.
It is useful for peeling vegetables, cutting fruits, and many other situations.