Samura knives: The 18 lines of kitchen knives of the Samura brand
Samura knives were born in 2003 after the foundation of the brand. With typically Asian lines, many of the Samura knives refer to the typical shapes ofJapanese knives. Here it is in fact possible to compare over 18 lines ofkitchen knives.
History of Samura knives
The history of Samura knives begins in 2003 after a first collaboration with the Japanese companies MAC and Mcusta ended. In this phase of close collaboration, the company acquires the techniques of traditional Japanese manufacturing, at the basis of its production. Today the Samura knife brand represents the best compromise between traditional Asian manufacturing and innovative European production processes.
Characteristics of Samura knives
the different lines of Samura knives are designed to best meet the needs of Asian and European chefs. In fact, the brand, aware of the strong limitations offered by classic Japanese knives, has always worked to overcome and eliminate the typical weaknesses of Japanese blades. In fact, traditional Japanese knives are known to be particularly fragile, and this is partly due to the high percentage of carbon steel present in the blades. To answer this problem, for years, the Samura brand has been making its kitchen knives in Japanese steel hardened to a hardness of 58 - 61 HRC. By reducing the percentage of carbon in the blades, thus obtaining sturdy and long-lasting knives. The sharpening angle of Samura knives is also characteristic. These kitchen knives are sharpened at an angle of 17 degrees, a wider angle than that typically found in a Japanese knife.
Why choose Samura knives?
Today the Samura knife brand has grown considerably since 2003, the company has in fact significantly expanded the number of lines in production and this in order to better meet the different needs of professional chefs or cooking enthusiasts. In fact, the brand today boasts the production of over 18 lines of active knives, different in terms of characteristics and design. Today the brand makes its lines with excellent materials such as Micarta, G10 or Kraton as regards the handles, while for steel, depending on the line, steels such as AUS 8 or AUS 10 are used.
If you are a fan of Japanese knives or kitchen knives in general, then don't miss the opportunity to compare all the lines of Samura knives that can be purchased online. On this page, you can easily compare all our Samura lines, comparing prices, availability and materials in minutes. Discover the new line of Samura damascus kitchen knives or classic Japanese solutions such as the Mo-V knife.