"New" DAO VUA V3 52100 Sakimaru Slicer 350mm (saya included)

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For those that venture outside of Japanese-made kitchen knives, you need only scour the internet for a few minutes before you eventually come across the brand Dao Vua. Who are they and why have they taken the internet and market by storm? The story of Dao Vua and their kitchen knife price point is really where it begins.

Here is the short and dirty version of their humble beginnings, which you can easily find online. Dao Vua knives are handmade in Hanoi, Vietnam by barefoot Vietnamese bladesmiths, using recycled materials, from what they call leaf spring steel. At the price point of these knives, they are seriously impressive from build to sharpness. Though, they may not be for you if you struggle to take care of your knives. Being carbon steel even if with a kurouchi finish, they sharpen easily, but also oxidize easily so care should be taken to maintain a dry knife. 

Once again with the third iteration to their knives "V3", Dao Vua has addressed another issue users have sometimes worried about. If the metal used is from recycled materials, how can consistency of the final product be assured? Enter sourcing 52100 carbon steel from the US with this V3 line. SO, sounds like every time a end product user has a demand it seems to be met. What else would you like to see from this exciting Vietnamese knife company?

Sakimaru typically refers to the knife tip more than it is telling about the knife shape. As an example, a kiritsuke has a k-tip, as does a bunka, as does a gyuto labelled 'k-tip' gyuto. Think of a sakimaru as just that, telling of the tip shape. In this case swooping up from the cutting edge towards the spine at an angle, like that of a samurai sword (tanto tip).

At 350mm, you can stop pretending to be that Michelin star chef invited on food shows to cut a whole piece of tuna belly in one swoop, and BE that person. The only warning we offer with this 350mm sakimaru slicer, make sure you have room to put it away or display it and consider putting a sticker on your front door that says, "warning, licensed badass inside".

Brand: Dao Vua
Location: Hanoi, Vietnam
Line: V3
Steel: 52100
Construction: Monosteel
Finish: Kurouchi
Cladding: N/A

Style: Sakimaru Slicer
Blade Length: 350mm