Miyabi Birchwood Santoku Knife 34374-183 , 7"
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- Hardening done in a state-of-the-art vacuum furnace
- Double tempering to improve toughness
- Cryogenic treatment at -321° F to enhance the corrosion resistance
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|Material||Information not provided||Wood Handle||Steel||Stainless Steel|
|Blade Material||Stainless steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless steel|
|Color||Birch||Black with Red Accent||Silver||Silver|
|Dimensions||1.5 inches x 15.1 inches x 3.4 inches||3 inches x 14.75 inches x 1 inches||1.82 inches x 12.25 inches x 0.75 inches||0.8 inches x 11.8 inches x 1.8 inches|
|Item Package Weight||2.8 pounds||0.8 pounds||0.75 pounds||1.25 pounds|
|Size||7-inch||Medium||7-Inch||Santoku Knife, 6-1/2-Inch|
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Top Customer Reviews
I am not a professional cook, but I do own a fair share of good knives.
So, I'm going to separate the knife between looks and usability.
Please bear with me, as English is not my first language.
LOOKS: Well, first of, let's start by the looks. As you can see, this knife is an eye-catcher. The breathtaking work they did on the metal and the wood do deserve 5 stars. I always handwash it after cutting anything. I also take care with the handle, as it seems it does not have any lacquer, so you might not want to let it get too wet. I mean, it's okay to wash, just not okay to leave it on your wet counter/sink.
Usability: I was not too familiar with the Santoku shape, but after you get used to it, it feels very much like a chef's knife. Although it's not that good with Tip-work. But very good at chopping.
The handle is confortable and the grip is firm. no complains there. Not mindblowing or anything, just a good and reliable grip.
Now, what bothered me was the sharpness. You see, I ordered the Miyabi together with two Yaxell Gou knives (same price range).
As anyone can imagine, the miyabi is a pretty sharp knife. Sharper than any of the other knives I've had up until now.
The miyabi was the first one I tried. And I admit i was amazed by it's sharpness.
But then, I tried the Yaxell. The sheer sharpness on that thing was surreal. Breathtaking. I was speechless.
Of course, I was now spoiled by my other knife, my standards on sharpness are now way too high.
It was good having a similarly priced knife do compare.
Do I recommend this knife? Yes, absolutely. It cuts amazingly compared to any German knife, it is a beautiful piece of handmade work. The steel is one of the best in the market, so It is sure to last a long time in the right hands.