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Miyabi Kaizen Santoku Knife, 7"

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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Would highly recommend this knife
I have enjoyed using this knife. It maintains a sharp edge and has been razor sharp since purchased. Since the knife has a slight rocker, I can use it like a chef's knife as well as in a chopping motion like a santoku blade. It is a beautiful knife and I would highly recommend it
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December 11, 2013
My go to knife!
I'm vegan so I need a knife that makes working with vegetables easy and this knife fits the bill perfectly. The handle is extremely comfortable. The blade is super sharp. The scalloped blade means that onions, carrots, celery, potatoes, etc. don't cling to the blade. I very much like the fact that this knife doesn't have a sharp pointed tip like a typical chef's knife. I am finding that this is the knife I reach for over and over again.
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Why did you choose this?
Sur La Table Store
We added this to our Miyabi Set to complement our paring knife
Lisa S on Mar 23, 2015
I like desing end cvality
Goran R on Jan 4, 2015
Because of its' quality and efficiency
Margaret A on Mar 3, 2015
My son has one
Bev M on Dec 29, 2014
What is the difference between the Miyabi Fusion and Kaizen Santoku knives?
A shopper on Mar 29, 2012
Best Answer: The difference between these two knives is simply the handle.The Miyable Fusion was given its name because it has an Eastern blade and a Western handle-thus, a ""fusion"" of cultures. The Miyabi Kaizen has an Eastern, D-shaped handle, which is typical of Eastern knives. Kaizen in Japanese means ""Improvement, or change for the better."
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Will the Miyabi Kaizen rust or is it stainless steel?
A shopper on Nov 14, 2014
Best Answer: This knife is stainless steel. If your tap water has a high iron content (like our water here in Southern California) then any stainless steel could have the appearance of rusting if not dried after washing. The steel isn't actually rusting though. It's the iron in the water that actually produces rust once it dries. Wash your knife by hand and dry it immediately and you should not have any issues with rust.
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