Tojiro DP Gyutou - 8.2" (21cm)
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- Stain resistant chef knife
- Usable to both left and right handed users as it's even edged
- size 8.2" inches
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|Blade Material Type||—||Stainless steel||Damascus Stainless Steel||Stainless steel||Stainless steel||Steel|
|Item Weight||—||0.55 lb||—||1 lb||0.62 lb||0.16 ounces|
|Material Type||—||Stainless Steel||Damascus Stainless Steel||MicroCarbide MC63 Steel dust - Betulla Masur||Stainless Steel||Steel|
|Size||—||8 Inch||8.25-inch (210mm)||—||8 Inch||8 Inch|
Tojiro DP 8-inch Chef's Gyuto KNife
Top customer reviews
It easily glides through sweet potatoes and chops greens without any bruising. Makes a ridiculously quick job of mincing an onion. Very sharp,not too light or too heavy.
I absolutely love it and will probably get a 6" chef's knife and another paring knife (in addition to a 3.5'' by Tojiro); and we will be set for a long time.
The Tojiro handles meat with ease. Cuts through chicken and beef with minimal effort and I can make paper thin cuts of steak. It's also great for cutting green onions, brown onions, broccoli, napa cabbage, etc. It's sharp! I'm not experienced with sharpening knives, and hopefully someday I will learn but another reason I chose the Tojiro was because it's a great beginner's knife to learn how to sharpen on wet stones.
I've looked into so many Japanese gyutos and finally came back to this one because of everyone's recommendations and I can't be more happy about my decision. I've looked into many higher priced Japanese knives such as Shun, but because they are technically made of the same VG-10 steel and the Shun Classic line was also a lot more expensive I felt that the Tojiro fit the budget and has by far exceeded expectations. Would highly recommend and I'd say if you're looking for your first gyuto get the Tojiro DP! You can't go wrong with the price and quality!
It cuts through everything I need like butter. To a point I find myself being very careful not to cut myself because I'm quite certain it would be bad if I did.
It's well made, has great balance, and (as a Japanese knife) slides well for cutting action. I did have to laugh at the instructions which warn the user not to dry the knife by microwaving.
My only two complaints are:
I wish it came with a better sleeve. This knife clearly needs protecting and care. I'll be buying one.
I wish there were more room between the bottom of the hilt and the bottom of the knife blade. I have what I think are average sized man hands and sometimes my knuckles feel a little cramped and rub the cutting board.
Overall I am very pleased.
I have about 7 various knives ranging from $10-50, most of them are specialized such as a yanagiba, a deba, paring knife, etc. But they mostly sit in the knife roll after I bought this. Love it.