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Industrial Santoku Knives

Under Japanese guild rules even the big industrial producers have not totally been cut off from their artisan roots. They will still often produce small lots of knives by using more traditional hand methods for instance when there is only a limited demand for a specialised knife. For more info check https://japana.uk #hamono #japana #japanese #knives #knife #chefs #cooking #blacksmiths #kitchen #artisan #workshop #quality #swords #steel #tools #gyuto #santoku #deba #sujihiki

When it comes to industrial production knives are made with conventional mass production. The blades are first die-forged (raw metal is pressed into a form or die) to mass produce the blade blanks then passed through a special furnace to be hardened and annealed or tempered. For more info https://japana.uk #hamono #japanese #knives #gyuto #deba #nakiri #santoku #petty #sujihiki #knife #kitchen #tool #lifestyle #chefs

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Norpro Kleve Santoku Knife Set

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Umami Santoku Knife Merges Japanese and Norwegian Design

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Umami Santoku Knife Merges Japanese and Norwegian Design

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