Miyabi Gyutoh 5000MCD 240 Chef Knife (24cm) Birchwood Handle
The MIYABI 5000MCD series of knives provides professionals and ambitious amateur chefs with a set of precision knives that combine perfect functionality and ergonomics with unique design.
- MicroCarbide Powder Steel, 63 Rockwell Hardness
- 101 Layers
- Symmetrical Blade Profile
- Masur Birch Handle
Each handle made of top-quality Masur birch is also unique. The structure of the wood handle is reflected through the interplay of lines and stripes. The warmth of the natural wood contrasts nicely with the steel blade. A mosaic pin finishes off the sophisticated look.
MicroCarbide Steel Blade
The blade core made of MicroCarbide MC63 powder steel is surrounded by 100 layers of two different types of steel with different levels of hardness. MicroCarbide MC63 powder steel is a high-grade steel for the highest demands.
The CRYODUR® blade is hardened using a specially developed ice-hardening process at -196°C that guarantees extreme hardness of 63 Rockwell and a lasting sharp blade.
A special blade treatment alters the surface structure of each layer, giving each blade its individual floral damask pattern.
This traditional Japanese Honbazuke honing gives every blade its incomparable sharpness. The 19° symmetrical blade is the result of v-edge honing.
German company Zwilling J.A. Henckels has been selling knives of outstanding quality since 1731. Since the 14th century Seki City in Japan has been the centre of the Japanese sword and knife manufacturing industry. In 2004 Zwilling J.A. Henckels purchased one of Seki City’s leading knife manufacturers. Today this manufacturer combines German engineering and technology with the finest in Japanese craftsmanship to produce the Miyabi brand of knives. The most demanding chefs and home enthusiasts will appreciate these traditional Japanese knives by Miyabi. They are manufactured to the strict quality standards of Zwilling J.A. Henckels.
Made in Japan