Daiso's kitchen knife corner has a wide variety of knives, from all-purpose knives to bread knives. I already have a kitchen knife, so I didn't care about it until now, but I suddenly picked up the "ceramic fruit knife" that I was interested in.
Speaking of ceramic knives, they are lightweight and resistant to rust, and are relatively safe to use compared to metal knives. It's an image that you can't buy for 100 yen, but how do you feel about using Daiso products?
Cuts raw meatThe length of the knife handle is about 9 cm, and the blade length is about 8 cm. It weighs only 24g (0.85oz) and is very lightweight, so you can easily handle it even if you hold the fruit with one hand.
First of all, there is plenty of banana slices. It's good to use it quickly even when you don't want to put out a kitchen knife or cutting board on a busy morning.
I was able to peel kiwis and apples and cut fruits without any problems. The light blade makes it slippery, but it doesn't hurt if you hit it a little, so it seems to be good for people who are not accustomed to kitchen knives.
Thick citrus (lemon) is also refreshing and comfortable.
By the way, the chicken was also cut easily.
Since this product has a cover, it is also easy to take it outdoors. In that case, hard vegetables such as carrots and raw potatoes are a little difficult to cut, so be careful not to get injured.
Clean with dish detergent and air dry (dishwasher not allowed). Although the odor of the material is hard to transfer, I think there are colorings such as carrots. Also, avoid using ceramic blades as they can easily spill if you cut hard objects such as fish bones or raw pumpkin. If you're curious about 100 knives that you can't underestimate, check them out!