Hi, Quick background, I'm looking to buy my fiancée a knife or two to celebrate our upcoming wedding. We've always used your typical cheap knives, but we're ready for something nicer. She's a cooking hobbyist and is debating going back to school for culinary. Cooks primarily asian dishes, but also any variety of other cuisine. These will be used for regular home-cooking. I think the best start for us would be a versatile Chef knife and a paring knife. I'm looking in the price range of $100 per knife. Give or take, I'm flexible here. Priority is a functional knife, but simple beauty is appreciated as it'll be stored on the wall with a magnetic bar (unless there's reason not to do that?). I'm leaning towards Japanese style knives with a metal that is not at high risk of rusting. We're up to the task of caring for a knife, but hopefully not something that requires heavy maintenance. Sharpening and routine maintenance though is fine and expected. Thanks for any feedback!