Santoku 7″”(180mm) Miyabi 6000mct
Throughout not only our webpage but the world the Santuko is referred to as the “3-virtues” knife due to it’s ability to cut, slice and dice, making it one of the most versatile blades. The Santoku is very similar to both the Gyutoh and Chef’s knives of the West but the main difference being the sheep’s foot geometry. The geometry therefore produces a more linear cutting edge preventing the knife from being effective at a rocking motion so relies on a single downward cut. Although due to the thinner, harder and sharper edge this is no issue it is intact an effect cutting tool to reach for especially when slicing vegetables.
Synonymous with grace this range is competitively priced for such an eye-catching knife, with a glamorous Pakkawood handle, layered with multiple spacers at each end and finished with a heavy Miyabi logo cap. The blade is the main attraction however, with a MicroCarbide MC63 core and layers of hammer-dimpled powdered steel giving it a truly unique appearance. The finish is second to none, mirror polished with a slight hazy cladding protruding from the middle that represents the beautiful contract of functionality and aesthetics.
- MicroCarbide MC63 core
- Oval pakkawood handle
- Mosaic pin and a Miyabi logo end cap
- 63 HRC hardness
- A 19° degree symmetric blade finished with 3-step Honbazuke horning method
- Blade with maximised corrosion resistance, toughness, and edge retention
- Miyabi knives made in Seki, Japan by Zwilling J.A. Henckels Japan
- Length: 180mm