Tojiro Bread Slicer 235mm f-737 Review

Knife Specifications

Blade Length:9.3 inches
Overall Length:14.8 inches
Blade Steel:Stainless Steel
Handle Material:Wood
Blade Finish:Polished
Weight:5.4 ounces
Manufacture Location: Japan


Excellent Value
Full Tang
Very Sharp
Comfortable Handle


Single Sided Serration
Slight Blade Bow With Heavier Breads.

This $22 Bread Knife May Be The Best Bargain In The Cutlery World

Tojiro Bread Slicer 235mm f-737 Review - Image 1: Tojiro bread knife slicer 235mm

It seems strange to use the word “fun” when describing the experience of using a bread knife, but that really is the word that most accurately describes the experience of slicing through a loaf of bread with the amazing Tojiro bread slicer 235mm f-737. I had been curious about this knife for a while, because the Amazon reviews from people who have bought it were full of complimentary words that are not usually used in reference to something as mundane as a bread knife. However, I had a hard time finding much information on this knife outside of Amazon reviews, so I decided to order myself to see what all the buzz was about.

Warning – This Knife Will Make Want to Cut the Entire Loaf of Bread

Slicing a loaf of bread with the Tojiro Bread Knife

It was easy for me to justify slicing an entire loaf of bread when I first received this knife, because I wanted to write this review, but if I am being honest I would have cut the entire loaf anyway, because it was so fun and effortless to slice off perfectly straight segments of bread with little or no crumbling or breaking. I was able to cut unbelievably thin slices off a loaf of warm Dutch Crust French Bread, and began looking around for more bread to cut as soon as the first loaf was sliced.

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Ben started a twenty year commercial photography career after a blurry stint in the navy. He spent a lot of time losing and breaking knives and other EDC gear on location shoots before starting Nothing But Knives. He has reviewed and tested hundreds of both outdoor and kitchen knives over the course of the last six years, and he was mostly sober while testing and reviewing.

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