Miyabi KOH 4000FC Series - 8" Chef's Knife

Sale price$239.00 CAD Regular price$255.00 CAD
SKU: 33951-201

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With the MIYABI 4000FC series, you are introduced to the long tradition of Japanese knife-making. Here, every kitchen knife fascinates with its beauty and sharpness.

This also applies to this Gyutoh, with a blade length of 200 mm. Its blade is sharpened on both sides, making it ideal for cutting meat and preparing large vegetables. The FRIODUR blade is made of a special FC61 steel that is double ice hardened.

Its quality is demonstrated by its high hardness, and it is also able to withstand a lot of stress.

The Katana edge is part of the tradition of master cutlers and is found on Japanese sword blades. The aesthetics of a Japanese chef's knife are also always visible when looking at the handle. With the MIYABI 4000FC, the handle and bolster have an octagonal shape. This makes the knife a safe and comfortable instrument. The mosaic spindle in the impregnated, dimensionally stable Pakka wood handle also contributes to the knife's elegant appearance.

ZWILLING manufactures all MIYABI knives at its own production facility in Seki, Japan. This is where German engineering expertise meets the best of East Asian craftsmanship.

  • Made from a revolutionary FC61 fine carbide stainless steel - hardness 61 Rockwell.
  • The ice-hardened FRIODURx2 blade offers exceptional durability, edge retention and corrosion resistance.
  • Hand-sharpened Honbazuke blade offers a scalpel-like edge.
  • Authentic, thin Japanese blade profile - 9.5 to 12 degree edge angle.
  • Mirror polished blade features Japanese design details: sandblasted katana edge and embossed MIYABI logo.
  • The ergonomic pakka wood handle is stamped with a mosaic pin and fits comfortably in the hand.
  • The rounded back and heel ensure a smooth cut.
  • Hand wash only
  • Handmade in Seki, Japan


  • This item is not eligible for any promotional codes or CAA member discounts either because it is already on sale or because the supplier's policy does not allow it.

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