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Sharply combined

If there is a cause-and-effect relationship between two characteristics, one speaks of causality. Want an example? Here you go.

Text: Jack Weil Photo: Presse 22.05.2020

Because the Japanese economy improved after the Second World War, the eating habits of the Japanese changed. In addition to vegetables and fish, meat was also added. This resulted in a knife that can cut all three: the »Santoku«, which translated means »three virtues«. This in turn inspired Porsche Design 70 years later to offer a high-quality Japanese all-purpose knife. Amazing how one thing sometimes leads to another.