- Perfect knife for those new to Japanese cutlery
- FC61 steel blade for incredible durability and hardness
- Honed using the traditional 3-step Honbazuke method
- 8" blade
- Slim, octagonal shaped black pakka wood handle
Elegantly designed and constructed, you'll have the tool you need to prepare just about anything with the Zwilling Miyabi 4000FC 8" Koh Chef's Knife.
The blade is forged with FC61 steel for incredible durability, and provides a hardness level of approximately 61 on the Rockwell scale.
This knife features a Katana edge that's been hand-finished using the 3-step Honbazuke method. This traditional Japanese honing method delivers an extremely sharp cutting edge with an angle between 9 and 12 degrees.
These Koh series knives have a unique and modern appearance that give you a secure and comfortable grip every time. The slim, octagonal shaped handle is made from black pakka wood and has been elegantly finished with a mosaic pin.
Unique and Versatile Design
The Zwilling Miyabi 8" Koh chef's knife is the perfect tool for those new to Japanese cutlery.
The chef's knife is the most commonly used knife in the kitchen, ideal for cutting up just about anything from vegetables and herbs to carving up steak and chicken.
|Blade Length||8" / 200mm|
|Blade Material||FC61 Steel|
|Handle Type||Black Pakka Wood Handle|
|Rockwell Hardness Scale||61°|
|Manufacturer||ZWILLING J.A. Henckels|
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