Japanese kitchen knife Santoku: Sugoï by Zuria
Santoku means in Japanese "the 3 dimensions" to refer to "meat-vegetables-fish" and therefore its versatility to prepare all foods.
This Japanese kitchen knife is the knife to do everything, if it were necessary to have one that would definitely be that one!
The design of Japanese knives of the brand Sugoï, discovered during a trip to Asia, is signed by Zuria.
- The polyglace blade is hammered on both sides to prevent food sticking to the blade during use. It is made with a modern high-performance steel, the AUS8 associated with steel 420 to obtain a good edge and easy sharpening.
- The handle of the Sashimi knife offers a good grip with its smooth and straight Stamina handle, a resin made with glued and compressed wood slats, highly resistant to temperature and humidity variations. The handle has a double miter made of stainless steel and has no rivets.
Advice and maintenance:
Never put your knife in the dishwasher.
Clean your knife after use with a sponge by hand and wipe it well.
Sharpening with fine stone.
Comes in a preformed box.