Miyabi knives stand out as works of art in the manufactured knife world. Zwilling of Germany, realizing that high-performance Japanese steel was taking over the knife world, did the practical thing and bought themselves two Japanese knife factories in Seki City Japan, a mecca for knife producers.
Ever since they’ve been making spectacular knives that combine the expertise of both German and Japanese traditions. Because of this unique blend, they offer a look and feel that bridges both cultures that are rare among knife makers. For new customers that have only used Henckels or other western made knives, these are a perfect gateway to Japanese craftsmanship.
For customers who are well versed in Japanese knives, these have much to offer by way of high-quality steels and beautiful detailing not often available in handmade knives.