Global Knives Global Sai 5" Santoku Knife Sai M03

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Designed by renowned industrial designer Komin Yamada, GLOBAL SAI is the first new line from GLOBAL in 25 years and pays homage to the Samurai tradition of sword making. The slightly longer curved ergonomic handle provides a comfortable grip and features 7 signature black dots which represent the 7 Samurai codes of honor and moral principles. The beautiful hammered finish applied to the...


Global Knives as explained by Mr Global - Mino Tsuchida

Mr Global himself, Mino Tsuchida explains the different series of Global Knives.


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