With its popular Japanese-style chef’s knife shape, the Kai Kershaw 7” Santoku is built using high-carbon stainless steel into a wide, versatile blade to handle a broad range of kitchen tasks. Use this fine blade to chop, slice, mince and dice fish, meats, fruits and vegetables, nearly any kind of food. The wide blade shape keeps your knuckles away from the cutting board and also proves helpful in scooping chopped food to transport to plates, pots, and pans. The Santoku name translates into “Three Virtues,” referring to the blade’s three focuses: cutting vegetables, thin-boned meats, and fish, and the knife can be used with nearly any food.
An outstanding combination of value and quality, the blade of a Kai Kershaw 7” Santoku is constructed using AUS6A stainless steel. Exceptionally sharp, Kai Kershaw 9900 blades deliver outstanding cutting performance, rivaling that of pricier knives. The handle blends polypropylene and elastomer to offer a soft touch with a firm texture, providing a solid grip and reducing fatigue as you chop, dice, mince, and slice. With their clean and contemporary style, the black-and-white look of Kai Kershaw 9900 series knives enhances any kitchen.
The KAI corporation has been producing exceptional cutlery in Seki City, Japan for more than one hundred years. The Kai Kershaw 7” Santoku carries a limited lifetime warranty.