Our Wooden Saya of Santoku is Suitable for: Hattori HD-5, Hattori FH-4. JCK KAGAYAKI KG-3, KV-3, KC-3. Masamoto VG-5218, ST-5218, HC-5217, CT-5218. Misono No.581, No.584, No.881, No.181, No.781. Ryusen RD-2. Hiromoto TJ-35AS, TJ-35G3, TD-2. SHIKI STD-2, SKC-3, SDM-3. Kanetsugu PM-3, PM-3, PJ-3, SD-4.. Fujiwara Kanefusa FKM No.7, FKS No.22, FKH-3.JCK Gekko GE-2M. JCK INAZUMA IN-2.*Important Information About Purchasing a Wooden Saya: You may already know that knives produced by different manufacturers will vary in their dimensions, for example: Hattori’s Gyuto 210 mm and Misono’s Gyuto 210 mm have different blade spine thickness and a different blade width, even though they are the same blade type and share the same blade length. Due to these slight differences, there is a possibility that the Wooden Saya will not fit your knife properly (Especially if it is a traditional hammer forged knife, as the blade spine is often quite thick near the bolster or ferrule). Wooden Sayas are entirely hand crafted, so the exact size, thickness and interior cavity space will vary. Sayas are usually custom made to fit each individual knife blade, so, if you purchase one for a knife you already own, there is a possibility that it will not fit perfectly. In order to avoid this problem, we strongly recommend purchasing a Saya at the same time as your knife, so that the necessary adjustments can be made during the fitting process. Also we regret that, due to the high cost of shipping low-priced items, it is not acceptable to order a wooden Saya (Sheath / Scabbard) on its own; To save on shipping costs, please purchase your Saya along with other items that can be shipped together.
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The wooden saya for my Santoku knife is beautiful and well-made. I had purchased my Santoku knife a while back and was hoping that the saya (recently purchased) would fit...and it fits perfectly! Thank you Japanese Chefs Knife for your quality workmanship. Shipping to Hawaii was also very fast!