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Miyabi Kaizen 10-Piece Block Set

The Miyabi Kaizen collection combines advanced ice-hardening techniques with the artistry of traditional Japanese craftsmanship. The knives are carefully crafted with a vg10 “super steel” core that is surrounded by a graceful Damascus pattern...Read More

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The Miyabi Kaizen collection combines advanced ice-hardening techniques with the artistry of traditional Japanese craftsmanship. The knives are carefully crafted with a vg10 “super steel” core that is surrounded by a graceful Damascus pattern that exposes the meticulously forged 65-layer steel construction.

Blades go through a Cryodur four-step ice-hardening process for superior strength, flexibility and corrosion resistance. The edges are then hand-finished by master craftsmen using a traditional three-step honbazuke
Ultra-durable black micarta handles feature mosaic pins, eye-catching red accents and logo end caps. Made in Japan.

Set includes: 3½" vegetable paring knife, 4½" paring knife, 5½" hollow-edge santoku knife, 6" chef’s knife, 8" chef’s knife, 9" bread knife, 9½" slicer, 9" steel, kitchen shears and a bamboo block.

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  • Core layer of vg10 “super steel.”
  • Forged 65-layer Damascus steel construction.
  • Ice-hardened for strength, flexibility and corrosion resistance.
  • Hand-finished by craftsmen for a lasting edge.
  • Sharpened to precise angles for lasting blade retention.
  • Gorgeously designed handles look great in the kitchen.
  • Made in Japan using traditional Japanese methods.

Specifications Show

  • Manufacturer: Miyabi
  • Includes: 3½" vegetable paring, 4½" paring, 5½" hollow-edge santoku, 6" chef’s, 8" chef’s, 9" bread, 9½" slicer, 9" steel, kitchen shears and a bamboo block
  • Material: Damascus steel and micarta
  • Warranty: Limited lifetime warranty
  • Made in Japan

Care & Usage Show

  • Hand wash
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Sur La Table Store
quality
richard g on Jun 18, 2019
This quality. Always wanted to be a little samurai.
Mixtli S on Dec 4, 2018
quality
richard g on Jun 18, 2019
Knuckle space
Jill R on Dec 13, 2018
This quality. Always wanted to be a little samurai.
Mixtli S on Dec 4, 2018
Reputation and current users
Michael S on Feb 21, 2018
Great reputation for quality, durability. Beautiful appearance.
Michael C on Jan 20, 2018
looking for good knife set and this seemed like a great deal
Sharon M R on Jan 18, 2018
Because it is better than the Kaizen II 7-piece block set.
Jessica W on Jul 2, 2016
He has one of these knives already, but mentioned he wanted the set. So this is my wedding gift to him!
REHANA B on Aug 14, 2015
Best quality.
James W on May 9, 2015
Knuckle space
Jill R on Dec 13, 2018
Reputation and current users
Michael S on Feb 21, 2018
Anybody tell me the difference between the various Miyabi sets (Evolution, Kaizen, Kaizen II) and a recommendation for one of the sets?
Tom S on Feb 18, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I believe they are just different models. We bought the Kaizen and they work and look great
 

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