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Miyabi - 5000MCD 67 5" Paring Knife 13cm - 34400-131

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  • Miyabi - 5000MCD 67 5" Paring Knife 13cm - 34400-131
  • Miyabi - 5000MCD 67 5" Paring Knife 13cm - 34400-131
  • Miyabi - 5000MCD 67 5" Paring Knife 13cm - 34400-131
  • Miyabi - 5000MCD 67 5" Paring Knife 13cm - 34400-131
  • Miyabi - 5000MCD 67 5" Paring Knife 13cm - 34400-131
  • Miyabi - 5000MCD 67 5" Paring Knife 13cm - 34400-131
  • Miyabi - 5000MCD 67 5" Paring Knife 13cm - 34400-131
  • Miyabi - 5000MCD 67 5" Paring Knife 13cm - 34400-131
  • Miyabi - 5000MCD 67 5" Paring Knife 13cm - 34400-131
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Miyabi - 5000MCD 67 5" Paring Knife 13cm - 34400-131

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The Japanese Shotoh knife from the Miyabi 5000MCD 67 series represents an elegant addition to your kitchen. The pattern of this knife gives a unique look and design to your blade. The floral pattern is unique in each knife and is a characteristic of the damask design. The polished “black ash” wooden handle has unique graining so no two knives are the same. The handle ends in a sophisticated cap. The Shotoh knife is ideal for cutting and peeling fruits and vegetables.

Zwilling

The blade of this CRYODOR ice hardened knife is made of a total of 133 thin layers. These encapsulate the core of the MicroCarbide MC66 powder steel sheet. The blade is subjected to a special hardening process during its production to give a hardness of 66 Rockwell to the blade, providing a knife with excellent stability and conservation of the edge. The knife acquires its sharp end thanks to the Honbazuke technique, a traditional Japanese process in which both sides of the blade are sharpened and polished in three different ways.

The knife has a D-shaped handle to ensure that the blade slides quickly and accurately through the food, regardless of the cutting technique used and avoiding fatigue after extended periods of work. The knife also has a balanced weight between the handle and the blade. The Miyabi Shotoh 5000MCD 67 is sharp, sophisticated and will transform your time in the kitchen into a special experience.

  • CRYODUR ice-hardened blade at -196C for extreme hardness and corrosion resistance
  • 66 HRC hardness for exceptional sharpness and edge retention
  • 132 layers create the flower Damascus design of the blade
  • Symmetrically honed cutting edge
  • Traditional D-shaped handle of Black Ash wood
  • Handcrafted in Seki Japan

FASCINATE FROM THE FIRST CUT

Under the trademark MIYABI, some of the world’s sharpest blades are created; because the Japanese recognized long ago the importance of sharp knives for retaining the taste and texture of delicate dishes like sashimi. With an original MIYABI knife, you will have the exact same realization.

STEP BY STEP BY STEP

It takes more than 100 steps and 42 days to make one knife worthy of the MIYABI brand. Each authentic knife is crafted true to Japanese tradition by skilled artisans and forged from premium steels and modern state-of-the art technology. Each blade boasts long-lasting sharpness, exceptionally-precise cutting and superior performance.

JAPAN'S CITY OF BLADES

Seki is Japan's capital of sword & knife production. In 2004, the ZWILLING Group acquired a knife factory in Seki. MIYABI incorporates the German engineering excellence perfected in ZWILLING’s workshops with the finest Japanese craftsmanship honed in Seki. This esteemed collaboration brings the very best quality of Japanese knives to chefs worldwide. And to you.

SCALPEL-LIKE SHARPNESS

Our knives were developed so that professional chefs and home cooks around the world could experience how sharp knives enhance the plate and please the palate. MIYABI merges the treasured traits of samurai swords - exceptional sharpness, tradition, craftsmanship, and performance - with contemporary design for the ultimate kitchen knives.

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Manufacturer Miyabi
Model 34400-131
Product Weight 1.0
Care & Use Hand Wash
Handle Type Black Ash Wood
Hardness 66 HRC
Item Condition New
Blade Length 5"
Material Black Ash Wood & MicroCarbide MC66 Powder Steel
Series 5000MCD 67
Warranty Lifetime
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Description

The Japanese Shotoh knife from the Miyabi 5000MCD 67 series represents an elegant addition to your kitchen. The pattern of this knife gives a unique look and design to your blade. The floral pattern is unique in each knife and is a characteristic of the damask design. The polished “black ash” wooden handle has unique graining so no two knives are the same. The handle ends in a sophisticated cap. The Shotoh knife is ideal for cutting and peeling fruits and vegetables.

Zwilling

The blade of this CRYODOR ice hardened knife is made of a total of 133 thin layers. These encapsulate the core of the MicroCarbide MC66 powder steel sheet. The blade is subjected to a special hardening process during its production to give a hardness of 66 Rockwell to the blade, providing a knife with excellent stability and conservation of the edge. The knife acquires its sharp end thanks to the Honbazuke technique, a traditional Japanese process in which both sides of the blade are sharpened and polished in three different ways.

The knife has a D-shaped handle to ensure that the blade slides quickly and accurately through the food, regardless of the cutting technique used and avoiding fatigue after extended periods of work. The knife also has a balanced weight between the handle and the blade. The Miyabi Shotoh 5000MCD 67 is sharp, sophisticated and will transform your time in the kitchen into a special experience.

  • CRYODUR ice-hardened blade at -196C for extreme hardness and corrosion resistance
  • 66 HRC hardness for exceptional sharpness and edge retention
  • 132 layers create the flower Damascus design of the blade
  • Symmetrically honed cutting edge
  • Traditional D-shaped handle of Black Ash wood
  • Handcrafted in Seki Japan

FASCINATE FROM THE FIRST CUT

Under the trademark MIYABI, some of the world’s sharpest blades are created; because the Japanese recognized long ago the importance of sharp knives for retaining the taste and texture of delicate dishes like sashimi. With an original MIYABI knife, you will have the exact same realization.

STEP BY STEP BY STEP

It takes more than 100 steps and 42 days to make one knife worthy of the MIYABI brand. Each authentic knife is crafted true to Japanese tradition by skilled artisans and forged from premium steels and modern state-of-the art technology. Each blade boasts long-lasting sharpness, exceptionally-precise cutting and superior performance.

JAPAN'S CITY OF BLADES

Seki is Japan's capital of sword & knife production. In 2004, the ZWILLING Group acquired a knife factory in Seki. MIYABI incorporates the German engineering excellence perfected in ZWILLING’s workshops with the finest Japanese craftsmanship honed in Seki. This esteemed collaboration brings the very best quality of Japanese knives to chefs worldwide. And to you.

SCALPEL-LIKE SHARPNESS

Our knives were developed so that professional chefs and home cooks around the world could experience how sharp knives enhance the plate and please the palate. MIYABI merges the treasured traits of samurai swords - exceptional sharpness, tradition, craftsmanship, and performance - with contemporary design for the ultimate kitchen knives.

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Specifications

Additional Information

Manufacturer Miyabi
Model 34400-131
Product Weight 1.0
Care & Use Hand Wash
Handle Type Black Ash Wood
Hardness 66 HRC
Item Condition New
Blade Length 5"
Material Black Ash Wood & MicroCarbide MC66 Powder Steel
Series 5000MCD 67
Warranty Lifetime

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