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Miyabi® Artisan SG2 Collection Santoku

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Perfect for everything from dicing peppers to slicing steaks and filleting small fish, this versatile santoku is a does-it-all wonder. Designed exclusively for Sur La Table, Artisan knives feature an industry-leading micro-carbide SG2 core plated in...Read More

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EXCLUSIVE Perfect for everything from dicing peppers to slicing steaks and filleting small fish, this versatile santoku is a does-it-all wonder. Designed exclusively for Sur La Table, Artisan knives feature an industry-leading micro-carbide SG2 core plated in nickel and stainless steel for a dramatic textured finish and exceptional performance. Each knife is hand-honed using a blend of traditional methods and cutting-edge techniques, resulting in a true katana edge that glides effortlessly through almost any food. The uniquely shaped handle is constructed from beautiful cocobolo-rosewood pakkawood with handsome decorative embellishments and rests comfortably and securely in the hand.

  • Manufacturer: Miyabi
  • Material: Nickel, stainless steel, cocobolo pakkawood
  • Care: Hand wash only
  • Dimensions: 5½" blade or 7" blade
  • Warranty: Limited lifetime warranty
  • Made in Japan
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  • Handmade by skilled artisans in Seki City, Japan
  • Industry-leading SG2 core is ice-hardened to 63 Rockwell hardness for exceptional durability
  • SG2 powder-steel core is clad in layers of nickel and stainless steel, then given a hammered finish that helps prevent sticking and looks stunning
  • Blade is hand-honed to an exceptionally sharp 9½° to 12° symmetrical edge
  • Distinctive pakkawood handle is designed to rest comfortably in the hand and features brass and red spacers, a stainless steel bolster and end cap, and an attractive mosaic pin

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Excellent Knife for a Excellent Price
This is my first Miyabi as I have always been a Wustof and Shun fan but the Shuns have lost a bit of their, in my opinion, quality when Kershaw acquired them and Japanese Steel is just better than German although I do love the styling of the new Wustof Epicure series. This knife has a great feel in the hand and the overall balance of the knife is awesome. I went in to my local Sur La Table to purchase a Kramer Damascus but seen this and had an associate take it out of the case so that I could feel and see it. I was sold both on the price and the overall quality of the steel and blade itself. Would have like to seen an actual Damascus method used as in the Kaizen but the HBK process that Miyabi uses to hone and sharpen the blades I believe you can't go wrong with either. Mr. Miyabi I thank you
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December 26, 2013
Superior Knife
This superior knife (along with the entire Miyabi Artisan SG2 Santoku collection) has proven to be second-to-none in combining state-of-the-art performance and styling – and a great value accordingly. An impressive addition to any kitchen (home or restaurant) and an awe-inspiring gift for any foodie, aspiring or professional chef.
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Jean R on Jun 18, 2015
Best knife I own. Super sharp, easy to handle. Cuts through everything from fruit & vegetables to meat & bone. Never needs sharpening. Also beautiful construction and simple to clean. I had to relearn to "respect the knife" when working with it, though. It'll just as easily slice through a finger as through a sushi-grade salmon.
John A on Apr 25, 2015
This knife is gorgeous as well as functional.
Per B on Jun 10, 2015
hand hammered steel
Sarah A on Apr 7, 2015
Does this knife come with free sharpening and a special case?
A shopper on Feb 24, 2014
Best Answer: At this time we do not include 1 year of free sharpening or a special case with the purchase of this knife.
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Feb 25, 2014
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Is the Santou the best knife for slicing vegetables?

I'm looking for a high quality precision vegetable knife. I thought that a single edge knife would be preferred but did not see one. Would the Santou be the best knife for this purpose? I noticed the'Artisan' does have the more extreme 9-12 degree edge.
A shopper on Dec 8, 2013
Best Answer: Hello Fungo,I believe you are referring to a Santoku style knife which translates to ""Three Virtues"" in Japanese and to properly answer your question, in my opinion, I believe not. A Nakiri style vegetable knife would serve better use to you for slicing a lot of vegetables as the knife is designed to slice up and down instead of a rocking motion. The Santoku although good for multi use I believe the Nakiri to provide a more precise use for this application. Hope I have helped you
Reply · Report · Hoosierchef on Dec 27, 2013
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