Kojiro Gen 4 Hollow Ground Santoku Knife - AISI-420 Surgical Stainless Steel Sheepsfoot Blade, Full-Tang, Ergonomic Handle - Length 12 1/12”
17 Reviews
$17.99


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  • An all-purpose kitchen solution, as the name itself means “three uses,” referring to the knife’s ability to conquer fish, meat and vegetables
  • It has a full-tang, 8” AISI-420 surgical stainless steel sheepsfoot blade with scallops above the edge to reduce cutting friction
  • The contoured, ergonomic handle scales are tough and lightweight Fuzion, secured to the tang with heavy-duty stainless steel pins
  • The all-purpose kitchen knife is 12 1/2” in overall length and is perfectly balanced from blade tip to handle end


The Kojiro Gen 4 Hollow Ground Santoku Knife is your all-purpose kitchen solution, as the name itself means “three uses,” referring to the knife’s ability to conquer fish, meat and vegetables with equal efficiency. A santoku knife is perfectly balanced so that you get an even landing from blade tip to the end of the handle when cutting. Unlike a Western knife, which is used with a rocking motion, the santoku is used with a single downward stroke. This allows for precision cutting razor-thin slices, uniform dicing and fine mincing. The 12 1/2” overall, Japanese design kitchen knife has a full-tang, 8” AISI-420 surgical stainless steel sheepsfoot blade with scallops above the edge to reduce cutting friction. The contoured, ergonomic handle scales are tough and lightweight Fuzion, secured to the tang with heavy-duty stainless steel pins. When you use our Kojiro Gen 4 Hollow Ground Santoku Knife, you’ll never, ever use another kitchen knife again!

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Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.06 out of 5

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Customer Reviews



Stephen Cole
Nov 04, 2016
(5 out of 5)
Great gifts

Nearly all of the ones I have bought come reasonably sharp. I always check every knife before I give it. So many people don't have decent kitchen knives especially divorcees and young singles. Pair this with the 3 pack of paring knives and a cutting board and you look good. I have also tested this knife on plants and bushes in my yard with good results.

 

Terry Hallett
Aug 16, 2016
(5 out of 5)
Bargain.

This Santoku knife is a bargain for the cost. For about four bucks you can't beat it! Yes,it could come sharper,but if you can't sharpen a knife on your own,what can I tell you?!? I bought several and I gave some,sold some,and saved a couple for my own use. Get you some!

 

Kurt MORGAN
May 23, 2016
(5 out of 5)
Great gift

Sharp, comfortable and comes with an neat case. Oh yea, and it's on clearance for less than 4 bucks. Get yourself one. If you like it, which I think you will...get a bunch more. Add them to gifts for friends and loved ones. They never have to know it costs you $3.98. I won't tell. That's less than the greeting card that would go with the gift. Personally id much rather have this knife than a greeting card. Just saying.

 

Aaron Owens
Apr 06, 2016
(5 out of 5)
Seems good to me...

I have bought five of these and they seem good to me. I checked their sharpness and all five are rather sharp and worked well chopping food. With all of them testing well, I am giving four of them as gifts to some relatives. The only problem that might exist is its overall durability, but if one breaks, it will not be hard to replace lol

 

Craig Greenlaw
Jan 11, 2015
(3 out of 5)
OK if you don't mind dull

As a number of reviewers have noted, these knives (I got the twofer deal) do NOT come sharp. I find bread to be a good test of knives with non-serrated blades, so I tried slicing croissants for sandwiches. The knife sliced the thicker sections, but invariably tore the thinner areas. A little work with the sharpener should cure this problem, but how much more would it have cost to deliver it with a usable edge?

 

Marcellus
Jan 01, 2015
(1 out of 5)
very dull

My sister bought this knife before and I think it was sharp, however the one I recently ordered came very dull. I was disappointed. i think I'll have to spend a lot of time with this and the sharpening stone. I guess this buy is often a hit and miss...Maybe if I buy another it will be sharp.

 

DAN BELEW
Nov 20, 2014
(5 out of 5)
POINT GETTER

I bought 50 or more of these. WHY? To hand out to the LADIES. I've scored so many points I can't haul 'em all in a PU truck. GUYS! I bought those knives for less than 5 bucks apiece. You know you need points, boys. Jump on it! Save your selves from your next screw-up! Wisdom, boys, wisdom.

 

Michael S
Nov 14, 2014
(4 out of 5)
Very good value

I got the 2-fer and am glad I did. Really good knife for the money...especially since I've priced others just like it but for much more. Good stuff....

 

Tony T
May 04, 2014
(4 out of 5)
AWESOME

Awesome knife,purchase 2 one for me & one for my son. Great value for the money.

 

Thom
Dec 27, 2013
(4 out of 5)
Good value

A good value, great balance , but mine needed to be sharpened before use. But for $6 maybe that should be expected. I will use it.

 

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