A beatuiful set put together by Knives From Japan featuring a good selection of Kasumi Hammered knives that will cover most kitchen tasks. Knives come boxed individually as the set is put together by Knives From Japan.
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.
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.
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 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.