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Ceramic Japanese Kitchen Knife

  • No longer available
    Easy to use and store, this versatile handheld sharpener will maintain every knife in your kitchen, from straight-edge and serrated blades to Japanese-style santokus. Two slots, coarse and fine, for sharpening straight-edge and serrated knives. Two slots, coarse and fine, for sharpening santoku double-beveled knives. Coarse slots feature diamond rods that sharpen the blade at the correct angle every time. Fine slots use ceramic stones to finish the edge. Soft-grip handle for comfort and control.
  • $24.95
    Japanese cooks rely on these efficient tools to create whisper-thin slices and exquisite julienne cuts. The key to their sharpness: Each slicer is fitted with a ceramic blade that holds its edge ten times as long as steel. Youll find the slicers useful for everything from cutting vegetables for a stir-fry to slicing apples for a tart. Use the flat slicer to create wide, paper-thin slices of apples and other fruits or vegetables.
  • $69.95
    These traditional Japanese knives feature a lightweight nonreactive ceramic blade that holds its edge ten times longer than steel. Blades are made from zirconium oxide, a state-of-the-art ceramic material that holds a razor-sharp edge ten times longer than steel. Designed to slice, mince and dice fresh produce and boneless meats with unrivaled ease and precision. Nonreactive blade won't discolor foods or affect flavors. Resin handle is contoured for a comfortable grip.
  • $164.95
    Setting a new standard in ceramic cutlery, the Kyotop collection from the Japanese company Kyocera uses an industrial-grade ceramic that is extremely dense, allowing it to resist wear up to ten times longer than steel. The blade is finished in an elegant Damascus-style pattern, and the moisture-resistant PakkaWood handle provides a comfortable grip. With all the control of a paring knife plus a bit more length for bigger jobs, this utility knife is perfect for peeling, trimming and slicing.
  • $129.95
    Setting a new standard in ceramic cutlery, the Kyotop collection from the Japanese company Kyocera uses an industrial-grade ceramic that is extremely dense, allowing it to resist wear up to ten times longer than steel. The blade is finished in an elegant Damascus-style pattern, and the moisture-resistant PakkaWood handle provides a comfortable grip. Compact size and sharp point make it perfect for tasks that require more finesse, such as peeling fruits and mincing vegetables.
  • $199.95
    Setting a new standard in ceramic cutlery, the Kyotop collection from the Japanese company Kyocera uses an industrial-grade ceramic that is extremely dense, allowing it to resist wear up to ten times longer than steel. The blade is finished in an elegant Damascus-style pattern, and the moisture-resistant PakkaWood handle provides a comfortable grip.  The long, slender blade of this model makes it ideal for slicing small to medium cuts of meat, as well as produce.
  • $349.95
    Setting a new standard in ceramic cutlery, the Kyotop collection from the Japanese company Kyocera uses an industrial-grade ceramic that is extremely dense, allowing it to resist wear up to ten times longer than steel. The blade is finished in an elegant Damascus-style pattern, and the moisture-resistant PakkaWood handle provides a comfortable grip.
  • $299.95
    Setting a new standard in ceramic cutlery, the Kyotop collection from the Japanese company Kyocera uses an industrial-grade ceramic that is extremely dense, allowing it to resist wear up to ten times longer than steel. The blade is finished in an elegant Damascus-style pattern, and the moisture-resistant PakkaWood handle provides a comfortable grip. Ultra-sharp, lightweight blade is perfect for chopping, mincing, dicing and more.