Chroma Haiku 7 Inch Santoku Knife Hollow Ground
The Haiku 7 inch Santoku Knife Hollow Ground is a general-purpose knife of the Japanese kitchen. The word "Santoku" refers to the three cutting tasks which the knife performs well: slicing, dicing, and mincing. The Santoku's blade and handle are designed to work in harmony by matching the blade's width/weight to the weight of blade tang and handle. The Japanese Santoku is a well-balanced knife.
Haiku knives are tradition Japanese style knives. Handles are made from Honoki wood with meguki bamboo pin inserted from side of handle, just like the ancient process of the Samuri sword. Used by the winners of the 2005 and 2007 Bocuse d' Or in yon France
The features of the Haiku 7 inch Santoku Knife Hollow Ground:
- 7 inch high-steel steel blade
- Honoki Wood handle
- Meguki bamboo pin insert
- Hollow ground edge
- Good for sticky dense food like smoked salmon or cheese
- Traditional Santoku shape with slightly curved edge
- Crafted after the manor of the Japanese Samurai sword
- Designed for fast and easy sharpening
- Stable handle design
- Look for the falcon, the sign of Japanese HAIKU quality
What People Are Saying About Us
- Nicole N.
Nice quality glassware. The writing and fox has a good feel to it, and looks like it will not wear off any time soon. I bought 2 to give as gifts, and both recipients loved them.
- John S.
I was very impressed with the design and material of the glass. The graphic is hilarious and got a great reaction from everyone in the room. Highly recommended!
- Diane P.
The picture doesn't do these glasses any justice. They are adorable. I thought of lemonade and wedding gifts. The cleverness is in having two different shapes. And there are other versions available.
- Denise M.
Bride and groom got a good chuckle with these. Perfect touch to go with my basket!