Kanematsu Tokusen Santoku Knife
三徳匁E�E½E½E�E½E½�E½E½E�E½E½E(Santoku Bocho) is a type of Japanese knife that is commonly used in the kitchen for various purposes such as slicing, dicing, and chopping. The name "Santoku" literally means "three virtues" or "three uses", which refers to the knife's versatility in handling meat, fish, and vegetables.
The blade of a Santoku knife is typically between 5 and 8 inches long and has a flat edge with a slight curve at the tip. It is wider than a traditional Western chef's knife, and has a thinner and sharper blade that is designed to slice through food with ease. The blade is also typically made of high-quality stainless steel or high-carbon steel that has been tempered and hardened for durability.