KIOCERA = + Kyoto Ceramics
Kyocera knives, second in hardness only to diamond, the lighter of 'steel, acid-resistant, heat and corrosion.
Santoku: the wide blade, the excellent balance make it suitable for different uses, for cutting and shredding both meat and fish and vegetables.
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Kyocera was founded in 1959 by 28 young dreamers whose first product was a U-shaped ceramic insulator for use in television picture tubes.
Today it is a global company with more than 70,000 employees, specializes in several areas including copiers and printers, solar panels, network equipment and mobile phones
The Kyocera knives enclose the two souls of Japan: the most advanced technology coexists harmoniously with the values of an ancient culture, where the refinement and attention to detail are the expression of an inexhaustible aspiration to beauty
Use the knife for straight cutting of fruit, vegetables and boneless meat. The term fruit and vegetables is generic. It would be impossible to list all the unsuitable types of fruit and vegetables. However, the knife should never be used to cut hard fruit and vegetables such as pumpkin, coconuts, etc. Use on plastic or wood chopping boards.