About the shape - Cutting bread is typically a messy, crumby affair - not so with a Japanese blade. Even when serrated, Japanese knives remain razor sharp. As beard-knives are incredibly difficult to sharpen, the hardness of Japanese steel means that you will likely never have to maintain your knife. Enjoy slicing bread cleanly and effortlessly.
About Miyabi Hibana - 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. Because of this unique blend they offer a look and feel that bridges both cultures that is rare among knife makers.
The Hibana (spark, in Japanese) line is named for the sparks that fly off of the steel when knives are forged. The 49-layer damascus pattern has been hammered to represent the image of the spark in its layers. This might be their most beautiful blade yet!
The simple acrylic handle offers a durable and sanitary option for both the home cook and professional chef.
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