Miyabi SHOTOH MIYABI 5000FCD 34680-111-0 £159.00

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Description

MIYABI 5000 FCD Shotoh, 11cm blade.

The shotoh, which roughly translates as “little knife”, is suited for preparing fruit, vegetables and smaller cuts of meat.

It has a blade core of fine carbide steel for very good initial sharpness and cutting edge retention. This FC61 core is embedded in 48 layers of steel which make up the unique Damascus-design pattern on the blade.

The cutting edge is Honbazuke-honed which is a three-stage grinding, sharpening and polishing process that results in razor-like sharpness. The whole length of the cutting edge can be used as there is no finger guard.

The smooth join between handle and bolster helps to prevent calluses forming on thumb and forefinger.

To look after your knife in the best way, hand wash only and maintain and sharpen using a whetstone. Using glass, ceramic or stone cutting boards should be avoided as this can prematurely dull the cutting edge, so we’d recommend cutting on a wooden board.

  • FC61 fine carbide steel blade core
  • 48 layers of steel surrounding the core create the Damascus-design
  • FRIODUR ice-hardened for extreme hardness
  • Rockwell hardness of approximately 61
  • Symmetrical cutting edge
  • Pakka wood handle
  • Steel mosaic pin and handle end cap
  • Made in Japan
Dimensions
Blade Length:110 mm
EAN: 4009839376870
About Miyabi

The Miyabi brand, with its statement "The Beauty of Sharpness", reflects values that are particularly highly prized in Japanese culture. The brand is synonymous with purity, grace and elegance. Miyabi knives combine beauty and exceptional sharpness. They are thus manufactured in the tradition of the ancient masters, who once produced the finest Japanese swords. Miyabi knives are authentic. They are designed by the Japanese and manufactured in ZWILLING's own factories in Japan.

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