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Tojiro Shippu DP63 kitchen knives: traditional Japanese craftsmanship

Tojiro Shippu DP63 kitchen knives feature an impressive blade consisting of 63 layers of steel. The core is made of VG10 steel, with 31 layers of damascus steel on either side. The asymmetrical handles are designed in traditional Japanese style and made from beautiful magnolia wood. With a bolster made of chic buffalo horn. These kitchen knives are part of Tojiro's more high-end range. The name 'Shippu' means 'fast, strong gust of wind'. A fitting name for kitchen knives that cut through your ingredients like a breeze.

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Features of Tojiro Shippu DP63

Tojiro Shippu DP63 blade

The Shippu DP63 kitchen knives get their name from the damascus-steel blade that consists of 63 layers of steel. The core is made of VG10 steel, with 31 layers of damascus steel on either side. This ensures a strong and flexible blade that looks beautiful without compromising on cutting performance. This forging technique is very well known in Japan and you see it a lot on Japanese kitchen knives. Because these knives have more layers of damascus steel than most, the knives from the Tojiro Shippu DP63 series have an extra intricate pattern.

Tojiro Shippu DP63 handle

The handle is made of magnolia wood with a bolster made of chic buffalo horn. A stunning, natural material. The magnolia wood is very lightweight, and the black bolster provides a nice contrast. The handle has a traditional Japanese D-shape. This means the handle is asymmetrical and therefore fits extra snugly in the palm of your hand. It's a typical Japanese feature! Do you prefer a handle made from burnt chestnut wood and black polypropylene? Then have a look at the Shippu DP63 Black series.