What does "K-tip" mean?

What does "K-tip" mean?

Posted by Shannon Dolman on

"K-tip" is a nickname for Kiritsuke. It is a blade with a design which sits in between the Gyuto knife, Bunka knife and Sujihiki knife. It has tricks for all parties when it comes to the kitchen (Chopping like a Bunka, rocking like a Gyuto and slicing like a Sujihiki)!

Kiritsuke "K-tip" knife

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