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Kyocera Kyotop HIP 8 1/4 inch Ceramic Sashimi Knife - Damascus Style

Kyocera Kyotop HIP 8 1/4 inch Ceramic Sashimi Knife - Damascus Style

Item Code: KJ-KT-200-HIP-D
Reg. Price: $434.00

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This Kyocera Kyotop HIP 8-1/4 inch sashimi knife is a long slicer that's made specifically for making sushi. The blade can easily fillet long pieces of fish because of its length and super-sharp, ceramic edge. Kyocera has improved the blade of this Kyotop sashimi knife by making it even harder than before with their new HIP process. It can stay sharp for longer than even other ceramic knives as well as any steel knives. This Kyocera sashimi slicer is totally impervious to the effects of acid, oil, and other solvents from food as well. The ceramic blade will never stain or rust.

This sashimi knife is both elegant and super sharp for slicing the perfect sushi
  • Stain and rust proof because it's impervious to the food acids that discolor steel products
  • No metallic taste or smell and maintains the fresh taste of food
  • Non-stick ceramic surface is easy to clean
  • Lightweight and perfect balance make it a pleasure to use

Please note: This item is final sale, no returns.

  • Measures 13 3/4 inches in total length
  • Made of industrial grade ceramic so it won't react with foods
  • Will not corrode
  • Long-lasting sharpness
  • 5 year warranty from Kyocera with normal use and proper care
  • Knife blade made in Japan; knife made in China

UPC: 4960664473595

Brand: Kyocera
  • recommends washing your knives by hand; then immediately drying them. Do not let your knives soak in water.
  • For longer lasting knives, cut on a wooden cutting board. Cutting on hard surfaces such as stone, metal or glass quickly dulls blades.
  • Store your Kyocera knife so the edge and your fingers are protected, preferably in a block or in-drawer knife tray.
  • Do not use any Kyocera knife to chop bones. We suggest using a meat cleaver when you need to cut through bone, otherwise you will damage your Kyocera knife blade.
  • Kyocera knives don't need frequent sharpening because they are made from extremely durable ceramic. If you want to have them sharpened, Kyocera can do that for you. Contact them at 1-800-537-0294 (M-F, 8-5, PST)
  • 5 year warranty from Kyocera with normal use and proper care.
  • Knife blades made in Japan; knife made in China

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