Japanese Bunka Knife

The first step to a good meal is a good knife.   This Japanese Bunka Knife ($65) is a mix between a Japanese cleaver and a chef’s knife. It’s made of high carbon steel, meaning that its blade is lighter, thinner and lasts longer than the everyday stainless steel blade (not to mention it looks really cool.)   A little maintenance is involved (if it’s not properly dried it can rust) but it’s worth it that will more than pay for itself in the long run.


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I’m a fourth-generation Japanese American hapa, born in Philadelphia, raised in Hawaii, and now a college student back on the mainland. I'm the editor for GASP!, but I enjoy writing pieces for 8Asians when I can. I like geeking out, reading, and doing origami.
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