If you’ve already experienced Henckels knives, you’ll already know just what it is that sets these knives apart from other knives…
But, for anyone new to Henckels – here are the facts.
Made in Japan, Henckels’ Miyabi range is evokes the traditions of ancient Japanese sword craft for a knife that’s truly beautiful and exceptional in the kitchen. Forged from a single tang from blade to the base of the handle and finished with the traditional three-step honbazuke method, it’s a knife that performs seamlessly when chopping, dicing, mincing and slicing.
The blade, made from 64 layers of stainless steel and ice-hardened, is finished in a Damascus pattern, indicating the high quality, edge retention and corrosive resistance.
Created with the expert input of Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, the Henckel’s Miyabi range is the very best in Japanese craftsmanship.
Miyabi Shotoh 120 Knife features:
Flower Damascus pattern on blade, indicating the superior quality of stainless steel layers.
Blade is crafted from VG10 stainless steel.
Blade is ice-hardened to optimise performance.
Hand-finished in the traditional honbazuke method, used on ancient Japanese swords.
Triple-riveted handle crafted from sturdy Duracon resin.
Blade length: 11.5cm.