Santoku Knife (SK-65)

This knife from the Superior Series is made of a beautiful pattern on the blade. This series has a larger handle for better grip with a sharp edge blade that stays sharp longer.


The SANTOKU knife which means 3 uses/virtues in Japanese is a popular general-purpose kitchen knife that originated in Japan. They are designed typically within 13 to 20 cm long with a flat edge and a blade that curves at a specific angle at the tip.


Santoku knives have become popular among professional and home chefs around the world due to its functional versatility. They are generally used for cutting, slicing, chopping and dicing meat, fish, fruits, vegetables as well as cheese and nuts.


Special Mentions:

- COOK'S ILLUSTRATED (USA) : Favourite Japanese Knife (2006)

- Consumer's Digest (USA) : Best Buy in recognition of Excellence Certificate (2007)

Santoku Knife (SK-65)

SKU: SK-65
RM345.00 Regular Price
RM276.00Sale Price
  • Product Information

    Santoku Knife (SK-65)

    Blade Length: 170mm

    Full Length: 300mm

    Weight: Approx 155g

    Packaging: W65mm x L350mm x H25mm



    (Blade) Chrome molybdenum vanadium high-carbon steel | (Handle) Wood


    Made in Japan

  • Care for MAC Knives

    • Do not use the Knife other than Cooking. (Cutting food only)
    • Do not use the Chlorine-based bleach. The Knife will get rusty or starts corrode, easily.
    • Please wash the Knife by using warm water and a Neutral detergent with a Soft Sponge. Rinse it well and wipe off the water by using a soft dry Cloth. Do not use rough sponges such as scouring sponge, metal wire sponge and hemp sponge. Keep it in a dry place.
    • Do not cut any Frozen Food. It may chip off the Blade. Please use our recommended Knife (FC-90) if you need to cut a Frozen Food.
    • We recommend to sharpen your Knife, once a month to keep the Blade in sharp condition.
    • Keep out of reach of small children.
    • Do not leave the knife near a fire.
    • Never wash or dry, using a Dish Washer or a Dish Dryer.
    • Never scratch the Coated Blade with a hard thing. It will scratch off the Coating.