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Miyabi Birchwood Santoku Knife, 7"

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Authentically Japanese in design, each knife features 101 layers of steel—50 layers clad on each side of the Cryodur-hardened SG2 microcarbide steel core—forming a delicate Damascus pattern with a Rockwell hardness of 63. Each blade in our...Read More

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SPECIAL VALUE Authentically Japanese in design, each knife features 101 layers of steel—50 layers clad on each side of the Cryodur-hardened SG2 microcarbide steel core—forming a delicate Damascus pattern with a Rockwell hardness of 63.

Each blade in our Birchwood collection is hand-honed using a traditional three-step honbazuke process. It’s sharpened twice on whetstones with custom grits, followed by mirror polishing on a leather wheel.

The genuine hamon edge—a visible line where flexible outer layers and incredibly hard core layer meet—is reminiscent of legendary Japanese swords. A hamon edge is a sign of superior craftsmanship.

The D-shape of the natural Masur birch handle creates a comfortable grip and ensures tireless cutting, even with frequent use. Handle features an intricate mosaic center pin, red detailing, and engraved endcap.

This elegant, efficient santoku knife works well with a forward and backward stroke or straight-down chop. The name translates roughly as “three uses”—it’s for slicing fish, cutting meat, and chopping vegetables. 7”"blade. Hand wash. Sharpen with Miyabi sharpening stones. Limited lifetime warranty. Made in Japan. Catalog, website and select stores. .

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    A core of SG2 microcarbide steel is clad on each side with 50 layers of stainless steel
  • This forged 101-layer construction results in an elegant, unique Damascus pattern with a Rockwell hardness of 63
  • Blades go through a special Cryodur process to ensure ultimate hardness, initial sharpness, cutting edge retention, and the best possible corrosion resistance and flexibility of blade
  • Sharpened to an optimal 9½° to 12° angle on both sides, these blades deliver scalpel-like precision
  • Master craftsmen hand finish knives using a classic honbazuke honing technique
  • Blades are sharpened twice on whetstones with custom grits, followed by mirror polishing on a leather wheel
  • The D-shape of the natural Masur birch handle creates a comfortable grip and ensures tireless cutting, even with frequent use
  • Handle features an intricate mosaic center pin, red detailing, and engraved endcap
  • The visible line where flexible outer layers and incredibly hard core layer meet is reminiscent of legendary Japanese swords
  • A hamon edge is a sign of superior craftsmanship
  • This elegant, efficient santoku knife works well with a forward and backward stroke or straight-down chop
  • The name translates roughly as “three uses”—it’s for slicing fish, cutting meat, and chopping vegetables

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  • Dimensions: 7" blade
  • Material: Stainless steel and birchwood
  • Warranty: Limited lifetime warranty
  • Made in Japan

Care & Usage Show

  • Hand wash and dry immediately
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A work of art
It is a shame the Miyabi birch wood series is being discontinued for it is the finest line of knives Sur la table has to offer. The razor sharp SG2 blade with it's beautiful flower Damascus pattern and stunning birch wood handle is a match made in heaven. I bought this santoku and immediately sold my shun Kaji santoku! This knife feels so great in the hand and functions so well! The blade stays sharp for a very long time. The only thing I am surprised about is that the birch handle was left untreated (stabilized), however having the untreated wood in hand is what gives it the great feel that it has. Just wash it immediately after use and treat with mineral oil from time to time. A great knife like this deserves the attention of a passionate and serious chef. This series of knife is the finest you'll find of a relatively large production. In my opinion they are better (and more beautiful) than the new Miyabi artisan series. You will have to have a master bladesmith custom make you a knife to get anything remotely better. I own many high-end kitchen knives and these are the finest I have outside of custom hand-forged Japanese knives. I highly recommend
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September 30, 2012
in love
It's my kitchen and I am delighted each time I use this knife- still gotta watch my fingers 'cause they are sharp. and they are beautiful to see.
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Great reviews and aesthetically stunning.
Patrick G on Jan 9, 2016
daughters bridal shower she wanted it!
Kim S on Feb 21, 2015
AMAZING
Susanne B on May 25, 2015
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Linda W on Dec 31, 2014
Are the Miyabi birch wood knives discontinued?
A shopper on Jan 17, 2014
Best Answer: No, these knives are not discontinued
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can we have my name engraved?
bea p on Jan 12, 2016
Best Answer: I'm not sure. I don't think so.
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Is the miyabi birchwood 7" santoku available in left handed 'D' handle?
A shopper on Nov 20, 2014
Best Answer: No, this knife is only available in the right D handle.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Nov 24, 2014
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is the 'D' shaped handle appropriate for left handers?
A shopper on Nov 19, 2014
Best Answer: No, the D shaped handle is only suitable for right handed Chefs.
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