MIYAKO series is a Damascus line of Shikisai brand by Shizu Hamono Co., Ltd.The brand has been cultivated in the 800-year historical capital of SEKI city, Japan.
They have higher technology, careful manufacturing mind and challenging spirits. We recommend you to once experience the performance, classy design and Japanese quality.
Miyako knives are made with 33 layers of Damascus steel, low carbon martensite steel and carbon molybdenum vanadium steel that offers an assurance of long life of several years with the same efficiency.
The amazing matte finish is similar to mirror polishing, by which knife get a soft lustrous appearance. It makes it very appealing. Miyako blades use the artisanal methods of the ever popular blacksmiths of Seki so as to attain a remarkably bright sharpness.
The Wooden Handle represent the beauty as well as the functionality of knives. The rounded shape handle fits extremely comfortably and cozily in hand."MIYAKO" series, represents the hallmark of Japanese kitchen blades.
The expert's technique by skilled craftmen in Seki realizes razor sharp edges through their finishing process. The "MIYAKO" blades are durable and its sharpness will last for a longer time.
The exceptional ans stylish "R" shape design is useful to the handle to more comfortably fit chef's hand. The blades are hand sharpened to ensure sharpness out of the box.
This knife has a high level standard among Chefs knives. Is the best for professional chefs as well as home use
- The blade is made of 33 Layer Damascus Stainless Steel, High Carbon Molybdenum Vanadium AUS8 Steel Core
- Blade Edge: Double-Edged (50/50 balanced, for left-handed-right-handed)
- Handle: made of Laminated Wood with Stainless Bolster
- Come with a full tang for safety.
- Warranty against material and industrial defects
- Comfortable to use and light
- Made in Seki, Japan
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