The Kitchen's Katana
Etymology: 三徳 santoku, the three virtues, from 三 san: three + 徳 -toku: virtue.
Japan is known for crafting the most practical swords:
The Katana — Agile, Balanced, and Sharp.
The Santoku is the Katana equivalent in the Kitchen.
An all purpose knife designed perfectly bring to life the Three Virtues: Chopping, Dicing, and Mincing.