Wasabi Bread Knife

Wasabi Bread Knife


Reviewed by Christine Weiher, Editor,

A proper knife like this Kai Wasabi Bread Knife is crucial to have in the kitchen. The high carbon steel is super sharp and designed to stay sharp; it is resistant to corrosion and spotting. The handle is made from a combination of polypropylene and bamboo powder which gives it a unique feel. 

The knife itself is 9 inches to cut through the best loaves of bread. The steel is actually hand-sharpened so the edge is extremely sharp. Having a definitive bread knife for your collection is a must. The serrated edge for slicing is perfect as it won't damage the loaf or flatten it. A fine kitchen tool like this is surprisingly dishwasher safe, although handwashing is recommended for longer use.

The handle pays homage to traditional Japanese knives, but replaces the wooden/resin combination with a less expensive polypropylene/bamboo blend. It is very lightweight and easy to grasp. An inch or so of steel separates the blade and handle. 

I love the "wasabi" imprint on the blade of the knife. The Japanese lettering adds a lot of character to the knife. I also think it completes the knife, and makes it into a wonderful gift for any foodie or beginner cook!

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