Santoku kitchen knife
The word Santoku bōchō has Japanese historical significance, generally meaning it has the three virtues of slicing, dicing and mincing abilities within. It has a sheep’s foot, or blunt clipped tip (say that 5x fast !)
In the last 20 years, I have gotten some Japanese/Asian inspired designs, and feel it is time I put a page together showing those designs. I do not work with forged Japanese style blue steel, but with high carbon tool steel. It is the kind that is used in the blue steel ‘sandwich’ in some classic Japanese style food knives. It is used in the middle as the cutting edge. I did not and will not ‘copy’ designs, but have adapted them for westerners tastes and uses. Santoku knives generally have the back in line with the handle and are not as long as I make them.
Current prices ⇒ https://wildfirecutlery.com/price-list-wildfire-cutlery/, are only for my most popular sellers regarding size.
There are simply to many custom sizes to list here by price, so if you would like a size not listed below, then please ⇒ CLICK HERE ⇐ and send me the details. I will be happy to send back a quote, pronto. Please include your zip code if you care to, for exact cost to ship the item to you via USPS Priority shipping. All Santoku kitchen knives made with .070 thick 1095 carbon steel, with brass bolsters and your choice of any hardwood I have in stock.