Tojiro DP 6" Honesuki Boning Knife
Full tang, 3-ply clad construction with a VG-10 super steel core, encased between two layers of rust resistant stainless steel
60 Rockwell Hardness; 9-12° double bevel blade angle on each side
Triple riveted micarta handle is durable and resists deterioration over time
Bolster adds heft and balance while preventing stains and dirt from being accumulated between blade and handle
Made in Japan with a lifetime warranty
Item number: F-803
- MMuchikVerified BuyerI recommend this productWhat is your gender? MaleHow old are you? 45-54Rated 5 out of 5 stars1 year agoGreat knife!
The knife is well made. Tojiro makes great knives and I will buy them because they are good knives and inexpensive.
- BTBob the serious home c.Verified BuyerI recommend this productWhat is your gender? FemaleHow old are you? 55-64Rated 5 out of 5 stars2 years agoWell-made solid boning knife
Bought this double-bevel Honesuki and it is hefty (but not overly so) and very well-balanced. It came "scary sharp" and the blade is quite stiff and rigid. It is perfect for its main intended use of boning chicken. Also, this quality knife is a very good value for the price. I'm very pleased with it so far and would recommend it.
- JJonLVerified BuyerI recommend this productWhat is your gender? MaleHow old are you? 55-64Rated 5 out of 5 stars3 years agoGood knife for Hibachi Cooking
First of all the brand, Tojiro, is a good brand to start with to see if you like Japanese knives. The brand is really good, but much cheaper than comparable brands. Second, what about this style of knife, the Honesuki? In Japan it seems as if there are more specialized knives that are just for one thing. This is really meant for parting out a chicken. Buying whole chicken is a good plan, and this style of knife really works. Having said that, you could probably use the knife as a general purpose boning knife or as a utility knife.
One last thing, this knife has an asymmetric bevel. Flatter on the left side than on the right. Knives like this can be left or right handed, which might be something to think about.
- BBillVerified BuyerI recommend this productWhat is your cooking skill level? AdvancedWhat is your gender? MaleHow old are you? 45-54Rated 5 out of 5 stars4 years agoWhat a great knife!
I've had my eye on this knife for a long time and wish I had bought it long ago. Very sharp, great feel in the hand and more substantial than I expected. It's a piece of art and makes quick work of chickens. Jacque Pepin would be proud of my first attempt at Chicken Gallantine.
- BBruceVerified BuyerI recommend this productWhat is your cooking skill level? AdvancedWhat is your gender? MaleHow old are you? 55-64Rated 5 out of 5 stars5 years ago6-inch Honesuki Boning Knife
Excellent Boning Knife. I love it.