MIYABI. The Beauty of Sharpness.
Since the Muromachi period (1336-1573), when elegant culture flourished, Seki’s Japanese knives have been highly regarded for their ability to cut well without breaking or bending.The “MIYABI” series of knives are masterpieces that combine functional beauty with sharpness. The MIYABI series, with its elegant form reminiscent of famous Japanese swords and its outstandingly beautiful sharpness, is a series that has inherited the traditional Japanese beauty of sword-making techniques handed down from ancient times, and has achieved a fusion with advanced German technology. Innovative knives are being sent out to the world from Seki City, Gifu Prefecture.
6000MCT is loved by chefs and food lovers all over the world as a reminder of Japan’s technological prowess.
The Santoku knife is the most popular knife used in Japanese households, and is said to have been created by combining the advantages of the traditional Japanese knife for cutting vegetables and the chef’s knife (Gyutoh) introduced from the West. This knife has a straight edge like a Nakiri knife, and is suitable for pushing and cutting. With the recent boom in Japanese food, it is now used in kitchens not only in Japan but all over the world under the name “Santoku.
Beautiful blade with hammer finish
The blade is beautifully finished with a hammer finish. The sharpness of the blade, which is made by craftsmen, is also attractive. MC63 steel is used for its smooth cutting and long-lasting sharpness.
The rounded, smooth lines of the handle are not only beautiful, but also provide a comfortable grip.
Made in Seki. Made in Japan” is a product of the knife making skills of craftsmen in Seki City, Gifu Prefecture, the birthplace of famous swords. This series is a fusion of the traditional techniques of making famous swords that have been cultivated since ancient times and German technology.