Collection: Wenwu Dao 文武刀 (Chinese Chef Knife)

Wenwu Dao belongs to the relatively versatile kitchen knife. The “wen” refers to the basic meat can be sliced and diced, mainly rely on the front part of the blade. “Wu” refers to the ability to chop bone and meat, mainly relying on the back half of the blade, the thickness of the blade is generally greater than Sang Dao and Pian Dao. Wenwu Dao has the compound function of slicing before and cutting after, that is, about 60% of the front section of the general Wenwu Dao blade will be slightly sharp, thinner and more sharp, suitable for cutting vegetables and meat, and about 40% of the back section will be thicker, suitable for cutting cartilage tissue food.