Save On High-Quality Japanese Knives at Williams Sonoma

Snag these Shun Japanese kitchen tools for up to 50% off.

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May 09, 2019
By: Allison Russo
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High-quality knives are a kitchen gamechanger. So if your cutlery is in need of a makeover, we love European brands such as Wusthof, and Japanese knifemakers including Shun. Shun is Japan’s leading blade manufacturer, and their knives follow centuries-old Japanese craftsmanship. They’re all handcrafted and designed to last. Right now, Williams Sonoma is having a major sale on dozens of Shun products. Save up to 50%, and get fast, free shipping on these Food Network selections.

BUY IT: Williams Sonoma, $299.95 (reg. $639)

This six-piece set is a great starter for home cooks — and right now, it’s more than 50% off. You’ll get a 6-slot bamboo storage block, a paring knife, utility knife, hollow-ground chef’s knife, kitchen shears and a 9" honing steel. The blades are super sharp, and each knife has a durable wood handle designed for comfort.

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BUY IT: Williams Sonoma, $899.95 (reg. $1,752)

The price tag on this set is still hefty, but compared to the original retail value, it feels like a steal. Shun’s Hikari line has beautiful birch handles and a signature "hornet’s nest" pattern. Each blade is designed with microserrations for easy, clean slicing. This set comes with a paring knife, utility knife, two chef’s knives, bread knife, 9" honing steel and an 8-slot storage block. One reviewer says these knives "make me feel like a rockstar in the kitchen." We’re sold.

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BUY IT: Williams Sonoma, $179.95 (reg. $288)

Not ready to commit to a whole set? Sharpen your knife skills with this versatile blade, perfect for everyday kitchen tasks.

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BUY IT: Williams Sonoma, $199.95 (reg. $375)

This lightweight knife is great for slicing fruits and veggies. One reviewer claims the straight blade edge makes "quick work of all the vegetables I’ve encountered!."

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Buy iI: Williams Sonoma, $109.95 (reg. $182)

Known in Japan as a gyuto, this light, nimble knife is ideal for slicing meat and fish, and it performs beautifully on vegetables, too. The blade is thinner than a traditional chef's knife but still offers plenty of knuckle clearance when cutting.

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BUY IT: Williams Sonoma, $119.95 (reg. $150)

The Higo design is considered Japan’s first pocket knife, and we think it makes a great gift for anyone you’d describe as "handy." Maybe a Father’s Day gift for your hunting and fishing dad?

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BUY IT: Williams Sonoma, $109.95 (reg. $219)

At around 50% off, this knife is a fantastic value. It’s perfect for chopping, slicing and dicing, and the indentations on the blade’s sides are designed to make uniform cuts and minimize sticking. A santoku knife is a kitchen staple, and you’ll wonder how you ever lived without one.

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