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Miyabi Knives - Can't Decide On Japanese or German Knives? These Are Both!

By: Sarah Nelson On: 12:12 AM
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  • When it comes to designing and producing exceptional blades, the Japanese are famous for their impeccable skill and astounding attention to detail. They are well-respected for both the form and the function of each item put forth, and this holds true for their cutlery as well. Miyabi Knives by Zwilling J.A. Henckels, produced in Seki, Japan are no different. Miyabi Knives are as beautiful as they are high in quality and high in performance. These knives take the best of Japanese blade skills and combine it with renowned German steel and engineering to offer you a product that is admired for its strength and for its elegant appeal.

    Miyabi offers a knife for every need. The 7000D series include a vegetable knife, utility knife, 7" Santoku knife and 8" chef's knife. This collection combines strength with beauty to offer an attractive yet high performance cutting utensil. The Miyabi 5000S series is designed with Japanese crafted blade shapes and partnered it with Henckels famous no-stain stainless steel and offers similar knives to the 7000D Series but with more of a Western feel. This series will provide precision cuts with minimal effort and will win the heart of the professional chef on down to the home cook.

    Miyabi knife sets include different lines, 7000 (D, Pro, MC, MCD), 5000S and 600 (S, MC, Pro). These knives vary in the finish of handles and design but are all exceptionally sharp and precise. These knives were designed by Rokusaburo Michiba, Japan's first and own Iron Chef. The 600 series also now have new editions designed by another recent Iron Chef, Masaharu Morimoto.

    Miyabi knives are the definition of strength, beauty and precision. They were crafted to be comfortable all while offering lasting sharpness.

    Henckels Miyabi knife sets and series are an amazing testament to traditional Japanese sword skills that are still prevalent today and partnered with the impeccable engineering that the Germans are known for, all to provide the best of the best when it comes to cutlery choices. Miyabi Knives may not be as well known as other Zwilling J.A. Henckel knives by they are quickly growing in popularity as chefs all over the world discover the beauty and strength found within its blades.

    If you were asking which professional knives are better, German or Japanese, then Miyabi knives bring you the best of both world!




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