Best Asian Knives collection From Amazon
Anyone who has ever followed the paths of Eastern cuisine and Western cuisine can tell you that both have taken very different angles. Detrimental to both cuisines, where the invention and craftsmanship of knives, of which we still benefit from today. Today Asian cutlery is a highly sought after piece of equipment for any aspirant chef but also for those home cooks who love to spend a lot of time in the kitchen. Asian cutlery has evolved but still retained many of the traditional characteristics that make it really sought after and consists of chef’s knives, paring knives, seafood knives and cleavers. Each Asian knife has been designed with a thought process that always served a very specific task and has unique shapes, sizes and edge styles that distinguish Asian knives from their counterparts.
We want to start by reviewing the best Asian knives that can be found on Amazon. The term Asian does not necessarily mean that it is produced in Asia however the technique used to produce these knives, stems from the Asian style.
In our blogs to come, we want to start going into detail about each and every type of knife, however, as our first blog post on the subject, we would like to gather the bestseller knives on Amazon and give our review from there.
We have rated the best Asian knives as follows:
Mercer Culinary Genesis Forged Carving Knife, 10 Inch
A supplier to the vast majority of cooking academies, Mercer Cutlery offers the Genesis Collection of kitchen knives to provide professional quality to the home chef.
Imarku Pro Kitchen 8 Inch Chef’s Knife High Carbon Stainless Steel Sharp Gyutou Knives Ergonomic Equipment
The Imarku 8-inch gyutou knife is designed for professionals who include chefs,culinary experts, food caterers as well as an ordinary person.It is a multipurpose knife that is ideal for various tasks which include cutting, chopping, dicing and slicing vegetables, fruits, fish, meat and other products.
Kyocera Revolution Series Paring and Santoku Knife Set, Black Blade
This Revolution Series elegant knife set is great for any home cook preparing fresh meals. The 5.5” Santoku is an all-purpose knife for everyday slicing, dicing and mincing tasks.
Pure Komachi 2 Series Bread Knife
Brilliant monochromatic colors make the Pure Komachi 2 series a real eye-catcher. But all that fun loving color has a serious purpose too. The color-coding makes it easy to choose the right knife for the job.
Kitchen + Home Non Stick Sushi Knife – The Original 8 inch Stainless Steel Non Stick Multipurpose Chef Knife
Our 13” nonstick multipurpose chef knife is crafted with high quality surgical stainless steel that delivers flexibility. And precise cuts with minimal effort.
Top Chef by Master Cutlery, 15-Piece Knife Set
This officially licensed 15 piece knife set will have you cutting like the pros. Like those used on Bravo’s top rated Top Chef program, these knives feature an ice tempered stainless steel blade with precision cut sharpened cutting edge, hollow ground to reduce sticking and a full steel handle with seamless bonded and polished bolsters.
Utopia Kitchen Chef Knife 8 Inches Cooking Knife Carbon Stainless Steel Kitchen Knife with Sheath and Ergonomic Handle – Chopping Knife for Professional Use
The 8 Inch Classic Stainless Steel Chef Knife line is your ticket to cooking with ease. It comes with a safe, durable and a high quality blade that doesn’t dull quickly.
Kyocera Advanced Ceramic Revolution Series 3-inch Paring Knife, Black Handle, White Blade
The Revolution Series 3″ Paring Knife is from Kyocera’s most popular line of advanced ceramic knives. Designed with a comfortable, ergonomic handle for precise control.
Winco 8″ Heavy Duty Chinese Cleaver with Wooden Handle
Winco heavy-duty cleaver with 3.5 inch wide x 8″ long blade and wooden handle. Made of highly corrosion resistant stainless steel. KC-301.
Premium Sushi & Sashimi Chef’s Knife – 8″ Ultra High Carbon Damascus Steel – Presented In A Beautiful Gift Box (Black Handle)
The Hiro Santoku history of fine craftsmanship dates back to 12th century. When an ancestor became a sword smith for the emperor. Painstakingly marking each sword with the monarch’s symbol.