Kasumi Block Set With 6 Knives (SM-606/7VG10) We have put together a fantastic set of Kasumi VG-10 knives to cover all your kitchen needs. These knives all sit comfortably in Kasumi's own branded wood and magnetic Block set, which look stunning when put together. Buying in a set offers considerable savings over buying the knives individually.
This set is put together by Knives From Japan and so each item will arrive packaged individually. In the rare event one item is out of stock we will call to advise a replacement item if we receive an order. As with all our knives we recommend handwashing only.
The paring knife is a light-weight short blade with a pointed tip that is better suited for more delicate responsibilities that the kitchen knife would be too big for. The durable edge can suit more heavy-duty root vegetables or more deft actions like peeling and trimming.
Considered to be between a Chef’s knife and a paring knife, the Utility knife or ‘the Petty’ is an all-rounder when it comes to the knives within a kitchen at the Chef’s disposal. A convenient tool that can cater to cutting that the Chef’s knife would be too big for or when handling cutting jobs too large for a paring knife.
The essential knife in a Chef’s collection; also known as a Cook’s knife was initially designed and used to disjoint massive cuts of beef. The Chef’s knife, today, is the multi-functioning and versatile food preparation knife in the kitchen, the ultimate utility knife.
The serrated bread knives are characterised by their sections of grooves that run perpendicular to the blade edge to enable cutting without the use of excessive force. Perfect for cutting through hard crusts of bread loaves, baguettes, bagels, and for soft items such as tomatoes, cakes with fluffy textures; primarily for most foods with a hard exterior but soft interior.
The Japanese version of the Chef’s knife, The Santoku Knife. Translating to “three ways” the Santoku is an all-rounded knife that performs, as its name denotes, 3 cutting functions - slicing, dicing and mincing.
These make brilliant knives to use where food is brought to the table and carved in front of people, repeatedly.