Known as one of the world's most popular knife styles, Messermeister's Mu Fusion 6.5" Santoku Knife (a.k.a. a Japanese Chef's Knife) is truly where East meets West in one versatile blade. Hearkening back to traditional Japanese design, the broad blade is topped with a thin spine that runs parallel to the mostly straight cutting edge—providing an excellent surface to transfer chopped, minced, and diced vegetables from the cutting board to the pot or bowl. Boasting a thinner, wider blade taper than most French or German style Chef's Knives, this Santoku provides optimal precision when cutting or slicing meat and fish. Compact and versatile, this is one knife that belongs in your collection. Also available in 6.5" Santuko Knife (w/ dots) and 6.5" Santuko Knife (w/ bamboo handle).
Expertly crafted in Seki, Japan, Messermeister's Mu Fusion Line is where Japanese design meets German craftsmanship. Featuring a fully stamped high carbon, molybdenum vanadium steel blade and impressively sharp 15-degree precision edge, Messermeister's Mu Fusion exudes a powerful elegance that you will cherish for years to come. In staying with Japanese tradition, the blade is tempered to 58 Rockwell—harder than Messermeister's German masterpieces—and maintains the sleek, bolsterless design that you've come to know and love. Capped with a rounded, linen textured resin handle, these knives marry the best of both cultures, so you truly can have your cake and eat it, too.
Blade Length: 6.5"
Hand Wash Only
Limited Lifetime Warranty
When it comes to world class German knives, Messermeister sits alone at the top. Each knife is crafted by a master, for a master. A favorite of the world's top chefs, collectors and enthusiasts, each blade is hot drop hammer forged, the traditional way. With a name that literally translates to Knife Master, it's no wonder they have been dominating the culinary world ever since their founding in 1981. Messermeister's Lifetime Warranty against manufacturing defects ensures these premium chef knives can be passed down for generations to come.