Named for the Japanese word for "connection," the Zwilling Kanren collection celebrates the bond formed while cooking and eating together. Uniting German engineering and Japanese craftsmanship, each 48-layer Damascus-style blade is forged from high-performance carbide stainless steel and hand honed using the three-step Honbazuke
process. This santoku is sharpened to a scalpel-like edge for both precision slicing and
traditional push-and-pull cuts. Its long, curved blade is designed especially for rocking cuts, from chopping herbs and mincing onions to dicing shallots and other vegetables. The triple-riveted Micarta handle and signature curved bolster promote a secure, comfortable grip and fatigue-free use.
48-layer Damascus-style blade is made of high-performance FC61 fine carbide stainless steel.
Hand honed using three-step Honbazuke
Signature curved bolster and black linen Micarta handle are ergonomically designed to promote secure, comfortable grip and fatigue-free use.
Resistant to corrosion, staining and chipping.
Handcrafted in Seki, Japan.
7" blade, 4 3/4" handle.
Made in Japan.