Fashioned like a patchwork quilt, this knife is resemblent of a tower that defies the laws of gravity as much as it defies the plague of sameness.
Friendly and warm, the oval shaped handle (made from a collection of Purple Heart, River Totara, Walnut and Cherry woods) is light to medium weight and is slightly longer than usual - perfect for people who like a large resting area for the ball of their hand.
Traditional santokus are based on the three virtues of Japanese cooking - slicing, dicing and mincing - making it the ultimate versatility tool in the kitchen.
They are durable, strong and striking in design.... beautiful to work with and useful for everything from slicing meats to the fine chopping and mincing of herbs and vegetables.
Raggle Taggle Parquet Santoku
All handcrafted knives need to be cleaned and oiled after use to maintain the blade and handle in good condition.