Collection: Asian Knives

26 products
  • GSI Outdoors, Santoku Knife Set
  • imarku Chef Knife 10 inch, Pro Kitchen Chopping Sharp Knife, High Carbon German Steel Chef's Meat Cutting Knives with Ergonomic Handle and Gift Box for Professional Use
  • TUO Slicing Knife - Granton Carving Knife - Hollow Ground High Carbon German Stainless Steel Kitchen Cutlery - Pakkawood Handle - Luxurious Gift Box Included - 12” - Fiery Phoenix Series
  • Tojiro DP Santoku 6.7" (17cm)
  • TUO Boning Knife - Razor Sharp Fillet Knife - High Carbon German Stainless Steel Kitchen Cutlery - Pakkawood Handle - Luxurious Gift Box Included - 7 inch - Fiery Phoenix Series
  • Kyocera Advanced Ceramic Revolution Series 5-1/2-inch Santoku Knife, Black Handle, White Blade
  • KYOKU Samurai Series - 10.5" Yanagiba Knife Japanese Sushi Sashimi Knives - Superior Japanese Steel - Wenge Wood Handle - with Case
  • Shun Classic Blonde 7” Santoku Knife, Blonde PakkaWood Handle, Full Tang VG-MAX Blade
  • Shun DM-0728 Knife, 6.5 inches, Silver and Black
  • Winco Blade Chinese Cleaver w/ wooden handle – blade 8”x3 ½” overall length 12 ½”
  • Mueller 7-inch Cleaver Knife, Vegetable Meat Chinese Chef’s Knife, German Stainless Steel with Ergonomic Pakkawood Handle, for Home Kitchen and Restaurant
  • Premium Sushi & Sashimi Chef’s Knives – Set of 4 Knives - Ultra High Carbon Steel Blades
  • Wusthof Wusthof Classic 5" Hollow Edge Nakiri Knife/Vegetable Cleaver
  • MOSFiATA 7" Santoku Knife with Finger Guard and Knife Sharpener, German High Carbon Stainless Steel EN.4116 Kitchen Cooking Knife with Micarta Handle and Gift Box (7")
  • TUO Paring Knife - Peeling Knife - High Carbon German Stainless Steel - Rust Resistant Kitchen Cutlery - Luxurious Gift Box Included - 4 inch - Fiery Phoenix Series
  • Cooking Light 2 Piece Set Ceramic Ultra Sharp and Durable Blades, Ergonomic Handles, Vegetable Peeler for Kitchen, Dishwasher Safe, Black/Red
  • Kyocera Advanced Ceramics – Revolution Series 3-Piece Ceramic Knife Set: Includes 6-inch Chef's Knife; 5-inch Micro Serrated Knife; and 3-inch Paring Knife; Black Handles with White Blades
  • Sashimi Sushi Knife 10 Inch - Perfect Knife For Cutting Sushi & Sashimi, Fish Filleting & Slicing - Very Sharp Stainless Steel Blade & Traditional Wooden Handle + Gift Box
  • Tojiro DP Gyutou - 8.2" (21cm)
  • Mercer Culinary Genesis 7-Inch Santoku Knife
  • Oster Lindbergh 14 Piece Stainless Steel Cutlery Black Block Set, Red Handles
  • TUO Vegetable Cleaver- Chinese Chef’s Knife - Stainless Steel Kitchen Cutlery - Pakkawood Handle - Gift Box Included - 7 inch - Fiery Phoenix Series
  • Sushi Making Kit - Original AYA Bazooka Kit - Sushi Knife - Video Tutorials - Sushi Maker - 2 Bamboo Mats - Paddle Spreader - 5 x Chopsticks
  • imarku Chef Knife - Pro Kitchen Knife 8 Inch Chef's Knives High Carbon German Stainless Steel Sharp Paring Knife with Ergonomic Handle

Choosing Asian Knives

Asian Knives

There are many different types of Asian Knives. Each knife is unique due to the fact that it was created in Asia and has been sharpened in Asia. The knives are commonly known as Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Japanese-style and Russian knives. Some have a traditional design, while others feature some of the most innovative designs ever. Each type of knife is created with different features and characteristics.


Some of the most popular knives in the world include the Japanese-style chef's knife. These knives have a handle made of metal and have a blade with a number of distinctively shaped and sized edges. These blades are generally long enough to be used for chopping and other types of cooking tasks. Because of the unique design and appearance, these knives require the use of special tools in order to maintain their sharpness and cutting ability. The blades are also tempered to provide even sharpness.


The second most popular type of knife is the Korean-style pocket knife. These knives are known as folding knives and feature a blade which can be opened up like a wallet. They are commonly used for everyday activities and have a number of distinctively shaped blades with flat surfaces along with several facets. Some of the most common blades are curved and rounded. Typically, the blades are not tempered because they are designed for use and will dull in time, but this is not a problem with the blades of the Korean-style knives.


The third most popular type of knife is the traditional Japanese cutlery. These knives have a handle which is made entirely of wood. This traditional wooden knife is perfect for slicing and other types of food preparation. Sharpening is a common practice in order to create the best edge on the knife. Traditionally, the blades were always sharpened and oiled before each use.


The fourth most popular type of knife is the antique Chinese knives. These knives have flat blades and are made from natural materials such as jade, coral and wood. The majority of these knives have not been professionally sharpened and the edges are usually very smooth. Because of this, these knives tend to come in blunt tips or with an angle or a hook on the blade edge for a more pointed edge.


The fifth and final type of knife is the Japanese battle knife. These knives were designed in accordance with the rules of karate in ancient times. They feature a single blade and a handle that is held between the thumb and the first finger of the left hand. This design is referred to as the primary blade bevel and it is one of the most important aspects of this type of knife. The primary blade bevel is located on the edge nearest the tip of the blade.


The best way to determine which type of knife is best for you is to determine what you plan to use the knife for. The best knives are those with a strong base such as those made from coral or jade, but there are other materials that can make a knife great if you are looking for a professional or heavy duty knife. Another important feature to look for when shopping for a knife is the finish. Most traditional styles of Asian knives are finished with different styles of filigree, Japanese swords are often made with gold or silver plating and the classic sword style knives are often made from high carbon stainless steel.


When shopping for the best Asian style knives, make sure to examine the construction and ensure that it features a solid blade and a strong base. Look for a sharp blade with a comfortable handle and check to ensure that it is durable enough to withstand daily use. If you are looking to purchase a new set of chef Schindle knives, make sure to select those with a blade that is durable and strong and has a proper blade height for your needs. With the right features and a high quality construction, any Asian style knife can last for many years. With proper care, your new set of chef knives will provide you with years of service and enjoyment.