Miyabi Birchwood Chef’s Knives

Miyabi Birchwood Chef’s Knives

Miyabi Birchwood Chef’s Knives

Miyabi Birchwood Chef’s Knives

    Miyabi Birchwood Chef’s Knives

are super sharp in a true Japanese design. The 101 layers of steel on each side of the Cryodur-hardened SG2 microcarbide steel core form a delicate Damascus pattern with a Rockwell hardness of 63. Honbazuke honing that is hand sharpening in three stages contributes to a knife’s unparallel sharpness. This process is quite complicated.
Each knife has a hamon edge where the outer layers meet the inner hard core layer. The natural Masur birch handle ensures a comfortable feel and allows you to use these

    Miyabi Birchwood Chef’s Knives

for time consuming jobs.

Benefits of the

    Miyabi Birchwood Chef’s Knives

¥ Authentically Japanese in design with 101 layers of steel2 layers clad on each side of the Cryodur SG2 microcarbide steel core
¥ Blade features a delicate, unique Damascus pattern with a Rockwell hardness of 63
¥ Hand finished by craftsmen using a classic honbazuke blade-honing technique
¥ Sharpened twice on whetstones with custom grits, followed by mirror polishing on a leather wheel
¥ Genuine hamon edge is reminiscent of legendary Japanese swords in its scalpel-like precision and remarkable edge retention
¥ The D shape of the natural Masur birch handle creates a comfortable grip and ensures tireless cutting
¥ Handsome handle features an intricate mosaic center pin, red detailing, and engraved endcap

What Others Have To Say About the

    Miyabi Birchwood Chef’s Knives

Miyabi Birchwood Chef’s Knives

“My new favorite Knife
I have over 50 knives in my collection and this one became an instant favorite the moment I picked it up. Great feel in your hand, excellent balance between handle and blade, the best cutting edge I have ever used. I use it for everything and with minimal maintenance the edge is as sharp today as it was the day I brought it home”

“Wonderful knife
I love the powdered steel in the Birchwood…it keeps its edge for such a long time. Haven’t had to sharpen it yet. It’s a go-to knife when I don’t want to pull out the 8″” chef or the santoku. It feels great in the hand and cuts so easily”


Sharp and Beautiful
I chosed this knife, because of the feel of the handle. Of the many knifes I looked at, this one was more comfortable in the hand. But as for quality this one is incredible. A work of art. It is almost a shame to use it. (But of course I use it, and use it a lot) I have not had trouble cutting anything with this knife. A matter of fact I had changed my cutting technique to match the knife. Now I use less pressure to push the knife, and I cut thinner slices than I could before. Its amazing what a sharp knife can do, I have notice with fruit, the juices stay in the fruit better, instead of the juices pouring on the cutting board. I relate it to a surgeon using a laser to cut, than a saw.”


Quality Art that Slices with Ease
This knife sliced my veggies like they weren’t even there. Amazingly sharp. I didn’t even provide any pressure and it seemed like just drawing the knife cut right through whatever I had.

The blade has a mirror like finish with water rippling designs from the demascus steel. Gorgeous. The handle is just the right size. Not too thin and not too thick. The birchwood handle is art. Every one is unique due to the dark grains. It almost looks like walnut.”


Perfect!
This is my first Japanese knife and I absolutely love it. It was a toss up between this and Shuns equivalent. I decided to buy the Miyabi because well… everyone owns a Shun. I feel as though the birchwood handle puts it in a class of its own. Anyone hungry for french onion soup? I have plenty. Buy this knife!”

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    Miyabi Birchwood Chef’s Knives

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Always a very busy person Pat has been interested in cooking and collecting recipes. In an effort to sort out a mound of favorite recipes and to be able to pass them on to the next generation she started this site Family, Foods, and Friends. Again she invites people to join her and to share their cooking adventures.

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