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  • Tojiro Oboro | Santoku (Japanese Chef Knife)
  • Tojiro Oboro | Santoku (Japanese Chef Knife)
  • Tojiro Oboro | Santoku (Japanese Chef Knife)

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    Description of Tojiro Oboro | Santoku (Japanese Chef Knife)

    This is a beautiful knife with a beautiful Blue Micarta handle with a black and white pattern inspires image of traditional Japanese ink wash painting. . It is perfect for slicing, dicing and mincing. This is a multi-purpose knife designed to perform well at a number of tasks as opposed to specializing in any one purpose.

    • Handcrafted in Niigata, Japan
    • Razor-sharp with 60° Rockwell hardness
    • Well balanced and comfortable handle
    • Highest quality steel that is hand polished for an impeccable finish

      This is a santoku knife, the Japanese version of the chef’s knife. The shape of the blade of the santoku is, unlike a chef’s knife, practically the same alongside the entire length of the blade and only has a slight curve a couple centimeters from the tip towards the spine. In addition, the Santoku is lighter and shorter than its European brother which makes the Santoku very popular.

      Tojiro Origami

      Model: F-1312
      Blade length:
       175 mm (6.8 inches)
      Total length: 305 mm
      Weight: 170 g
      Blade: VG-10
      Handle: VG-10
      Edging: Double Bevel

      Why Tojiro?

      Tojiro is one of Japan's top 5 kitchen knife manufacturing brands. It was founded in 1953 and is located in a thriving manufacturing area of Tsubame Sanjo in the Niigata prefecture, where working with steel dates back to the beginning of the 17th century.

      The Tojiro factory is actually open to the public, you can experience how these highly skilled blacksmiths, led by knife-master Tomoo Matsumura, make these beautiful knives from scratch.


      We find Tojiro knives to offer one of the best value propositions in the market of high end chef knives. Knife experts and professional chefs around the world consider Tojiro to be up there with the leading brands in the world. Tojiro offers a good quality knife at a great price, they look awesome, feel great, and are authentically Japanese.

      This is why Meat N’ Bone partnered with Tojiro to be the official supplier of knives for our Grill Master’s boutique.

      Return Policy on hardware: Returns are allowed with no re-stocking fee if the hardware is unused and in its original packaging. Returns missing packaging or with damaged packaging will be subject to a 30% re-stocking fee. For returns please contact us at info@meatnbone.com

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