Posted By: Wim
1 people found this review helpfulActually, that’s the one thing this knife can’t do. But, for everything else it is amazing. This is my second Aogami Super blade (the first was a Kohetsu AS 210 gyuto which is incredibly light, scary sharp, and effortless to use.) This is an entirely different beast - longer obviously and with more heft, and with a flat profile almost like a nakiri, all of which make it a fantastic chopper. The length and profile also make it a great slicer. What surprised me most, however, was the delicacy of tip work that this blade seems to love. For me, the somewhat rustic appearance (less so than the Dao Vua pipeline steel knives from Vietnam - of which I have a number- but still handmade looking) is a real plus. In short, I would buy it again in an instant!
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