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Beautiful and unique Haarko Santoku knives are essential for every chef

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Santoku knives were invented in Japan in the 1950s as a synthesis of Western and Eastern cooking techniques: the best of both worlds. Haarko goes one step further by adding its signature index finger precision hole.

It’s a perfectly balanced knife for anyone wondering if there is a more compact & manageable alternative to the usually large and heavy chef knife type.

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1Pleasurable in every way

All knives are extremely sharp. They are perfectly balanced, which makes it comfortable to hold the knives. Cutting while cooking has never been more fun.

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2Precisely crafted to the last detail

Each and every detail has been meticulously checked and taken into account. Haarko provides you with the best quality knives inspired by the best Japanese knife making techniques!

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3Perfect grip

The handles consist of high quality Oak Wood. This is a type of hard wood with a characteristic dark texture, creating a perfect grip.

When tradition meets modern design


Santoku knives were invented in Japan back in the 1950s as a fusion of traditional Japanese chopping knives and the modern western chef knives. Haarko santoku knives are designed to be the best of both worlds!

Each Haarko knife is carefully crafted using a 138-step design and goes through rigorous testing before every shipment.

In love with the art of knife making

Haarko knives were created out of passion for the art of cooking. We wanted to revolutionise the market by being the first to ever create a specialised Kitchen Knife with a unique blade.

Traditional Japanese knife making techniques combined with modern approach resulted in this fabulous Haarko santoku knife.

Sharpness vs. Comfort - why not have it all?

Some knives are sharp, but comes with the cost of being fragile and prone to chipping and oxidation.

We believe real kitchen chef should never have such problems. Haarko knife is extremely sturdy and sharp. Quality stainless steel and oak handle guarantees great performance.

Hear it from the pros


I like the very classic Japanese look, with full tang and visible rivets. The blade is almost straight with a downwards curve at the tip, which makes certain tasks a little easier, particularly quickly chopping veggies, fish and meat. The handle, while not rounded, is incredibly smooth, so none of the edges dig into the palm. And the bolster is nicely curved to fit the middle finger underneath, with the thumb placed comfortably on the blade.

- Yūto Tanaka, Head Chef.

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I found it aesthetically pleasing and extremely durable. The blade’s top has a good curve, allowing you to rest your middle finger on it comfortably. Chopping all manner of vegetables and meat was easy. If you’re looking for a reasonably priced santoku knife get Haarko.

- Bernard Descoteaux, Head Chef.

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This is the most widely recognized style of santoku knife. The blade’s edge is almost straight with a sharp, downwards curved tip, which is best if you prefer chopping quickly and efficiently with precise, upwards-downwards motion.

- Ellie Clarke, Executive Chef.

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