Aesthetics and functionality go hand in hand with good design. The knives of the MIYABI 6000MCT series look incomparably good - and their functional advantages inspire professionals and ambitious amateur chefs alike. Not least because the blade and handle are perfectly matched and form a harmonious unit. The extraordinary hammer finish of the blade rounds off the elegant Far Eastern design.
The Santoku from Miyabi has a sharpness of about 63 Rockwell and is suitable for cutting meat, fish and vegetables. The dark wooden handle lies well in the hand thanks to its ergonomic shape and allows effortless progress. The blade convinces with its pattern as well as with its cut-resistant, durable and robust properties. The material used allows quick cleaning in the dishwasher.
The manufacturer paid attention to an authentic Japanese blade profile, which was decorated with hammered optics. The core of the knife is made of MicroCarbide, with two additional layers of steel surrounding it. The double-sided grinding and the Honbazuke trigger of the blade optimizes the sharpness of Miyabi's 18 cm long Santoku.
The dark handle is made of robust Cocobolo Pakka wood. A handle bent like a gooseneck allows easy working. In addition, there is an individual weight compensation inside the handle, so that easy cutting without a lot of force is possible. With the Santoku of the Miyabi 6000MCT series a fast, clean and precise cut is possible. This product brings a high quality with Japanese design to you and will often find use.…more