Miyabi Evolution Knife Collection
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Miyabi Evolution knives are manufactured in Seki, Japan (also known as a destination for samurai sword making!), where the process involves more than 100 steps and takes 42 days. The blades are polished to a reflective shine, and the ice-hardened blades stave off corrosion and stay sharp through many meals' worth of prep. They're made from fine carbide steel, a material that is much denser than pure steel and Titanium, a.k.a. these blades pack serious strength.
3.5" Paring Knife: 8.25" L (3.5" blade); 5.5" Utility Knife: 10" L (5.5" blade); 5.5" Santoku Knife: 10.5" L (5.5" blade); 7" Santoku Knife: 12.5" L (7" blade); 7" Rocking Santoku Knife: 12.5" L (7" blade); 6" Chef's Knife: 11.25" L (6" blade); 8" Chef's Knife: 13.5" L (8" blade); 9.5" Chef's Knife: 15" L (9.5" blade); 9.5" Slicing Knife: 15" L (9.5" blade); 9" Bread Knife:** 14.5" L (9" blade)
7 Piece Set includes: 3.5" Paring Knife, 5.5" Santoku Knife, 8" Chef's Knife, 9" Bread Knife, Kitchen Shears, 9" Honing Steel, and bamboo knife block.
10 Piece Set includes: 3.5" Paring Knife, 5.5" Utility Knife, 7" Santoku Knife, 6" Chef's Knife, 8" Chef's Knife, 9.5" Slicing Knife, 9" Bread Knife, Kitchen Shears, 9" Honing Steel, and magnetic bamboo knife block.
Photography by Rocky Luten & Bobbi Lin
Details & Materials -
FC61 high carbon stainless steel blade, polymer handle
Care & Notes -
Dishwasher safe, although hand washing is recommended. Recommended to hand wash and dry immediately. To care for your knives, following these steps to maintain sharpness.
Meet the Maker
When it comes to knives, it's all in the details; that's why our Test Kitchen Chef loves the ones made by Miyabi. Each hand-honed blade goes through a 4-step hardening process, leaving you with perfectly cut herbs, meat, and... anything you can eat, really. The signature Japanese character on the steel reminds you that these are made in Seki, Japan—aka, the samurai sword-making capital of the world.View Full Profile
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