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Shun

Incredibly sharp edges and unmatched aesthetics set Shun knives apart from every other kitchen knife on the market today. In the great tradition of Seki’s sword smiths, every knife is handmade by highly skilled specialists and requires at least 100 handcrafted steps to complete. Every day, the legacy of ancient sword smiths serves as inspiration to the artisans in the Kai factories. Kai’s 100-year-old tradition of blade-making excellence, combined with the newest technology and the most advanced materials, makes every Shun knife a functional work of art.

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Brisket Knife Hollow Ground - Kanso, 12-in

$298.00 $236.95

The Shun Kanso Brisket Knife is ideal for trimming and slicing larger cuts of meat, including brisket, roasts, ham, and turkey. The high-performance Japanese AUS10A blade is highly refined, high-carbon, vanadium stainless steel that takes a razor-sharp...

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Western Cook’s Knife - Classic, 8-in

$266.00 $211.95

The Shun Classic 8-in. Western Cook’s Knife offers a 22° cutting angle instead of the 16° cutting angle of the rest of the Shun Classic line. This less-acute edge provides additional strength that helps when tackling heavier foods, for...

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Slicing Knife Hollow-Ground - Classic, 9-in

$250.00 $199.95

The Shun Classic 9-in. Hollow-Ground Slicing Knife's long, narrow blade allows you to make a cleaner cut, which helps keep more of the juices—and thus more of the flavor—trapped in the meat. The longer blade lets you make precise slices with...

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Utility Knife Serrated - Premier, 6.5-in

$228.00 $189.99

This style of knife is often called a tomato or sandwich knife, but it’s so much more versatile than that description would imply. But the Premier Serrated Utility offers something others don't. The blade edge is serrated at the front and back, but...

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