Tojiro Bread Slicer 235mm f-737 Review

Tojiro F-737 Bread Knife sitting on a loaf of recently cut Dutch Crust Bread.

Knife Specifications

  • Full Tang
  • 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
  • Versatile
  • Durable


  • Single Sided Serration
  • Slight Blade Bow With Heavier Breads.

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

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.

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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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Picture taker and occasional blog writer who spends his time outdoors trying to break tactical, bushcraft and hunting knives and his time indoors trying to break kitchen knives.

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