If you would like to get your purchase delivered before Xmas, please place an order by December 9 and select DHL or FedEx.

Please be careful about the fraud sites. Our shop is a superior site that is recommended officially by Japan Post.  Go to Japan Post

Due to the worldwide reduction of international flights and pandemic measures, there are long delays in postal services.

Please confirm the current delivery situation before placing any order [Last update: 18.11.2022]  Learn more

Welcome to Globalkitchen Japan! Please refer to the following page prior to your first order.  Learn more

American Express Apple Pay Google Pay JCB Mastercard PayPal Shop Pay Visa
Search

Misono Molybdenum Santoku Knife (No Bolster)

Size: Santoku 140mm (No.680)

Secure Checkout With

american express apple pay google pay jcb master paypal shopify pay visa

Product Information

  • Brand:Misono
  • Model:No.680 / No.683 / No.681
  • Material:Blade: 13% Chromium molybdenum stainless steel, Handle: Composite wood
  • Product type:Santoku Knives
  • Country of origin:Japan (Seki, Gifu)
  • Santoku 140mm (No.680):Overall length: 255 mm (Blade length 140 mm, Blade thickness 2.0 mm), Item weight (approx): 100 g, Shipping weight (approx): 300 g
  • Santoku 160mm (No.683):Overall length: 275 mm (Blade length 160 mm, Blade thickness 2.0 mm), Item weight (approx): 120 g, Shipping weight (approx): 320 g
  • Santoku 180mm (No.681):Overall length: 300 mm (Blade length 180 mm, Blade thickness 2.0 mm), Item weight (approx): 140 g, Shipping weight (approx): 340 g

Key Features

  • Available in 3 sizes.
  • The high carbon 13% chrome molybdenum stainless steel for great rust-resistance and hardness.
  • Double edged blade.
  • Lower-priced model of the series being without a bolster.

Use & Care

  • Hand wash.

Background

Seki City in Gifu Prefecture is one of the most well-known and highly regarded blade-producing areas in the world. Misono Cutlery Co Ltd produces high-level professional use knives with their traditional craftsmanship and modern technology in Seki City, the city with 800 years of history in knife crafting.

Search