Zwilling J.A. Henckels Miyabi Morimoto 600S 5.5" Utility Knife - 34200-153
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H34200153: Miyabi 600S Miromoto Edition 5.5" Utility
Zwilling J.A. Henckels
34200-153 Miyabi Morimoto 600S 5.5" Utility.
Grace, elegance and sophistication are characteristics embodied throughout Japanese culture, now synonymous with the brand. MIYABI.
Morimoto is a name known to millions for his star appearances on Iron Chef. He is recognized the world over as an authority on cutlery, and has garnered critical acclaim for his restaurants and cookbook. Now he brings his years of experience to bear on a signature knife line that meets his high expectations.
Developed with Chef Masaharu Morimoto, MIYABI 600S knives combine the traditions and craftsmanship of Japanese sword makers with the excellence of Japanese cuisine and cutting techniques.
MIYABI 600S merges authentic Japanese blade styles with a western-looking ergonomic handle. This results in the knives with the sharpness Japanese knives are famous for combined with the easy care and comfort typical for western knives. The FRIODUR blades are made out of the top quality Germany ZWILLING Special Formula Steel and ice hardened to a minimum of 57 on the Rockwell scale of hardness. MIYABI 600S knives have high cutting edge retention, flexibility and corrosion resistance and therefore are very sharp and durable.
Specific weight adjustments in the handle make MIYABI 600S the perfect choice for all standard cooking techniques. The POM handle is comfortable, balance and provides tireless cutting.
Made in Japan.
The exotic steel Capital of the World, Japan produces and innovates some of the best products, from pocket to kitchen knives and everything in between.