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MIYABI 5000 MCD 67 7 inch Santoku

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Description

MIYABI 5000MCD 67 Santoku, 18cm blade. This Japanese santoku has an extremely hard MicroCarbide powder steel core for excellent cutting edge retention and sharpness. Santoku is the best-selling Japanese blade shape and the name translates as "Three Virtues", these being meat, fish and vegetables. The flat cutting edge lends itself to a chopping motion rather than the rocking cutting movement of European chef's knives. The blade core is surrounded by 132 outer layers of steel which make up the unique Damascus-design pattern on the blade. The cutting edge is Honbazuke-honed and symmetrical (not single bevel), so can be used by those both right and left-handed. There is no finger guard so the whole length of the cutting edge can be used. The black Ash wood handle sits comfortably in the hand, allowing firm control and tireless working. As with anything this special, care should be taken. It's recommended to hand wash only, maintain and sharpen on a whetstone and using glass, ceramic or stone cutting boards should be avoided.

  • Blade consists of 133 layers of steel, resulting in a floral damascus pattern
  • MC66 Micro Carbide steel is CRYODUR ice-hardened to 66 HRC
  • D-shaped handle made of maple, elegantly enhanced with a mosaic pin and steel end-cap
  • Hand-honed using the three-step Honbazuke process to a 9.5 to 12 degree edge
  • Symmetrical cutting edge
  • Hand wash only
  • Handcrafted in Seki, Japan
  • Made by MIYABI in Japan

Specifications

  • Item no. 34404-181
Characteristics
  • Color: brown
  • Substance: MC66
  • Type of handle: consealed tang
  • Type of edge: Fine Edge
  • Edge finishing: Honbazuke edge
  • Manufacturing method: welded
  • Number of parts: 1
  • Blade hardness (HRC): 65-67 HRC
  • Colour handle: brown
  • Substance handle: black maple
Measurements
  • Net weight: 0.201 kg / 0.44 lbs
  • Length of product: 31.7 cm / 12.48 in
  • Width of product: 2.2 cm / 0.87 in
  • Height of product: 4.8 cm / 1.89 in
  • Blade length: 18 cm / 7.09 in
  • Handle length: 13.7 cm / 5.39 in
  • Handle width: 2.3 cm / 0.91 in
  • Blade width: 0.2 cm / 0.08 in
  • Blade thickness: 0.2 cm / 0.08 in
MIYABI 5000 MCD 67 7 inch Santoku
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