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Miyabi Birchwood 7" Santoku Knife - SG2

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This knife comes with a coupon for complimentary re-sharpening of your knife (a $10-$16 value). We also extend the manufacturers warranty to discount repair of damage caused by the user.

Top-of-the-line MIYABI Birchwood is a work of culinary art. Both blade and handle are crafted from the most precious materials, which shape their striking appearance.More than meets the eye, the potent core of SG2 micro-carbide powder steel is protected by 100 layers of steel. MIYABI's innovative, ice-hardening process locks in the long-lasting sharpness of the CRYODUR blades. Beneath its beautiful exterior, the flower Damascus pattern provides added durability.The scalpel-like blade is complemented by an equally striking Karelian (Masur) Birch handle. A prized material for knife handles, Karelian Birch is also the only wood ever used in a Faberge egg. Exquisite and ergonomic, MIYABI Birchwood knives feel as good as they look.Handcrafted in Seki, Japan

  • Authentic, thin Japanese blade comprised of premium G2 micro-carbide powder steel
  • Hand-honed using a traditional, three-step Honbazuke method to a 9.5 to 12° edge
  • CRYODUR blade, ice-hardened to Rockwell 63
  • Blade consists of 101 layers of steel, resulting in a gorgeous floral Damascus pattern, with katana edge
  • Ergonomic D-shape handle made from prized Japanese Karelian (Masur) Birch
  • Rounded spine and heel and steel endcap with embossed logo
  • Handcrafted in Seki, Japan
  • Handwash only
  • Net weight: 0.39 lbs
  • Length of product: 12.44 in
  • Width of product: 0.91 in
  • Height of product: 1.93 in
  • Blade length: 7.09 in
  • Handle length: 5.47 in
  • Handle width: 0.91 in
  • Blade width: 0.08 in

Japanese chef knives are brittle and the blades can chip if not handled carefully. High Carbon steel chef knives can rust and corrode if not dried promptly and kept dry.