The Dai Sensei Japanese Kitchen Knife Makes Light of Cutting

By: Michael Hemsworth - Oct 28, 2015
References: amzn & dudeiwantthat
The historical practice of katana making in Japan is a sought after skill that is impossible to replicate; however, a similar attention to detail has been utilized to create the limited-edition Dai Sensei Japanese Kitchen Knife of which only 60 have been crafted. Featuring a Japanese blade and a carbon fiber handle, the Dai Sensei Japanese Kitchen Knife is crafted by France-based brand de Buyer and offers superior functionality for experienced chefs.

Able to be manipulated into a variety of holding methods to obtain just the right chop, the Dai Sensei Japanese Kitchen Knife's blade is made from an astonishing 13 layers of damascus stainless steel. In terms of length, the Dai Sensei Japanese Kitchen Knife has a blade coverage of 10-inches, making it a powerful tool for chefs to wield.