Two 330m damascus santoku blades on a grey wood cutting board
330mm Santoku
Masutas 330mm santoku damascus knife
Santoku blade profile with premium grade damascus steel and visible alternating layers of chromium and carbon infused steel
wooden handle of the 330mm damascus santoku knife carved from exotic zebrawood and featuring hand polished stainless steel pommel
Carbon steel damascus santoku blade leaning on a dark wood cutting board with tomatoes mushrooms and broccoli
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  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Santoku blade profile with premium grade damascus steel and visible alternating layers of chromium and carbon infused steel
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, wooden handle of the 330mm damascus santoku knife carved from exotic zebrawood and featuring hand polished stainless steel pommel
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Carbon steel damascus santoku blade leaning on a dark wood cutting board with tomatoes mushrooms and broccoli

330mm Santoku

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$164 USD
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The Japanese Do-It-All Knife 

  • The Ki No Utsukushisa’s Santoku is a startling, Asian-inspired chef's knife that many western cooks are starting to add to their culinary arsenal.
  • Being a knife of many talents, this santoku design easily handles all the essential cutting tasks.
  • It measures in slightly shorter than the standard chef's knife, but this makes it agile, nimble, and very easy to maneuver.

A Truly Traditional Design 

  • Some of our other Damascus blades (and most that are sold today) feature a VG10 steel cutting core, that is then insulated on each side with Damascus(layers) of stainless steel.
  • This is one of the most alloy-efficient combinations for modern-day Damascus Knife Crafting. The outer layers of stainless Damascus steel protect the dense VG10 core while creating a rust-resistant and durable knife.
  • However, Both of Ki No Utsukushisa’s cutting core and its outer layers are forged from a single bar of carbon-infused Japanese VG10 steel.
  • This means that the knife requires slightly more maintenance, and it will develop a patina over time. But if you’re looking for a legitimate Japanese-style Damascus knife, then look no further.

It Has the Perks 

  • The gorgeously folded steel really makes this knife an eye-catcher. But it’s also got some other top-notch additions that really make it a legendary blade.
  • It boasts a beautifully carved Zebrawood handle and a full tang that’s covertly secured with a stainless steel pommel.
  • Flawlessly balanced and precisely tapered, a peak performance Santoku knife never looked so good at this price.