Posted By: mjdavidAs you may have discovered, there are many attributes of Japanese Knives to consider before purchasing. Sometimes you find a knife that has the perfect combination of these. For me this knife has the following: An excellent grip. The handle on this line of knives is not pretty; but it feels so good in the hand that you just want to pick it up and go to work. The craftsmanship on the blade itself is priced well below average. It's nimble and sturdy at the same time. The grind (on the Mizu line) is very forgiving meaning that you won't have to worry about chipping so much as you would on a more thinly ground blade. I would consider this a house knife in certain kitchens. Not too nice but not to too shabby. This is an excellent value.
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