Gyuto vs Santoku
Can be much longer than a santoku(up to 360mm)
Always has a pointed tip which can prove useful for a number of things
Slightly curved profile that's nice for slicing and rock chopping
Never bigger than 7 inches
Flat profile which allows it to connect with the board completely, making it easier to make clean cuts of vegetables. Not suitable for rock chopping
Can have a slight point or completely rounded tip(usually found in more western made Santoku)
Often much cheaper than an equivalent gyuto
Easier to find with a granton edge than gyuto, if that's your thing.
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