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Miyabi Kaizen Paring Knives

The Miyabi Kaizen collection combines advanced ice-hardening techniques with the artistry of traditional Japanese craftsmanship. The knives are carefully crafted with a vg10 “super steel” core that is surrounded by a graceful Damascus pattern...Read More

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The Miyabi Kaizen collection combines advanced ice-hardening techniques with the artistry of traditional Japanese craftsmanship. The knives are carefully crafted with a vg10 “super steel” core that is surrounded by a graceful Damascus pattern that exposes the meticulously forged 65-layer steel construction.

Blades go through a CRYODUR four-step ice-hardening process for superior strength, flexibility and corrosion resistance. The edges are then hand-finished by master craftsmen using a traditional three-step honbazuke blade-honing technique for a lasting edge. The resulting blades are optimally sharpened to precise angles for outstanding edge retention.

Ultra-durable black micarta handles feature mosaic pins, eye-catching red accents and logo end caps. Made in Japan.

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  • Manufacturer: Miyabi
  • Care: Hand wash
  • Material: Damascus steel and micarta
  • Warranty: Limited lifetime warranty
BENEFITS:
  • Core layer of vg10 “super steel.”.;
  • Forged 65-layer Damascus-steel construction.
  • Ice-hardened for strength, flexibility and corrosion resistance..
  • Hand-finished by craftsmen for a lasting edge.
  • Sharpened to precise angles for lasting blade retention.
  • Gorgeously designed handles look great in the kitchen.
  • Made in Japan using traditional Japanese methods.

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All around great chef knife!
I already own a fairly new Shun knife set but after trying the Miyabi chef's knife at the Natick store, I had to buy it! It's razor sharp, cuts with smoothness and precision, has great balance and feels more durable than my Shun knives
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Sur La Table Store
Always the best choice.
TRAVIS G on Jun 16, 2015
They requested it.
Helen L B on Sep 10, 2014
to help me in the culinary field
Kishan A on Apr 5, 2015
Does the 3.5" paring knife come in a Miyabi box? I bought this knife from another retailer and it did not come in a box--just in a plastic sheath wrapped in bubble wrap! It seems knicked up and not as sharp as I know these knives to be (seems like it was returned maybe??), so I'd like to return that one and buy from Sur la Table instead, if I can be sure it comes in the original manufacturer's packaging. Thanks!
Andrea R on Mar 23, 2015
Best Answer: I bought my Miyabi pairing knife from Sur La Table. It came in a sealed box with zero knickes, no plastic wrapping and very sharp. I love my knife. Sounds like your's was a used knife.
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