Santoku in Japanese translates as "three virtues", so they are also known as "three purpose knives". The three goals that a Santoku must meet are to cut meat, vegetables and fish. Its small size and unique shape make it popular not only in Japan but also in Europe, and more and more home cooks are finding its versatility appealing to investing in a larger or more specialized knife.

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