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Miyabi Evolution Chef's Knife

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Level: The Everyday Cook

Cooking is a joy for you; you love farmers’ markets and experimenting with new recipes. Form and function are equally important to you when adding to your kitchen collection.

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The Japanese are master knife-makers, thanks to centuries of experience crafting samurai swords and kitchen knives in Seki, the knife capital of Japan. Japanese knives differ from German knives in the shape of the blade, which is designed to be extremely sharp for precision cuts. Seven centuries of tradition, craftsmanship, and performance go into each Miyabi knife that is carefully produced to blend these classic traits of samurai swords with elegant contemporary designs. Each Miyabi knife is made from premium steel, and the knife-making process takes at least 42 days and 100 steps to complete. We love Miyabi knives for their extreme sharpness, easy handling, and beautiful appearance. These knives are more than just tools, they are handcrafted pieces of art that, when properly cared for, will last you a lifetime.

Miyabi’s Evolution chef’s knife is designed to be ultra-sharp and ultra-comfortable. It is made from a fine carbide steel, which holds an incredibly sharp angle, and is ice-hardened, which results in a strong, durable, and corrosion-resistant blade. This is very valuable in a knife that is sure to become your kitchen workhorse. Not only is this knife super durable, it has an ergonomically designed handle that fits comfortably in the hand. We love this knife for our marathon prep sessions and weekend-long cooking projects. We can hold this knife in either a European or Japanese fashion, and rock or slice to our heart’s content.

Product Highlights:

  • FC61 fine carbide steel fabrication
  • Ice-hardened blade for durability and corrosion resistance
  • Dry-sharpened blade for scalpel-like sharpness
  • Ergonomic, triple-riveted handle
  • Handcrafted in Seki, Japan