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Zoom Miyabi Mizu SG2 9.5" Kiritsuke Knife
Zoom Miyabi Mizu SG2 9.5" Kiritsuke Knife
Zoom Miyabi Mizu SG2 9.5" Kiritsuke Knife
Zoom Miyabi Mizu SG2 9.5" Kiritsuke Knife
Zoom Miyabi Mizu SG2 9.5" Kiritsuke Knife
Zoom Miyabi Mizu SG2 9.5" Kiritsuke Knife
Zoom Miyabi Mizu SG2 9.5" Kiritsuke Knife

Miyabi Mizu SG2 9.5" Kiritsuke Knife

$199.95 Regular price $269.95
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
3 Reviews
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  • Micro Carbide powder steel SG2 construction (MC63); core is surrounded with a hammered stainless steel Damascus textured finish
  • 63 Rockwell hardness; special Criodur ice-hardening process maximizes properties of the steel
  • Traditional Japanese blade hand-honed to a 9 to 12° angle
  • Micarta D-shape handle, with a mosaic accent complimented by red spacers and a metal end cap with logo
  • Handcrafted in Seki, Japan with a lifetime warranty


The Miyabi Mizu SG2 Kiritsuke Knife is designed for all the tasks for which you'd use a chef's knife. It works extremely well with vegetables, julienne, dice, and more. Can also be used for cleaning and portioning boneless proteins, particularly fish, and slices cooked proteins with grace and ease. The straight edge won't rock through cuts such as a traditional chef's knife. Miyabi Mizu SG2 starts off with the Tsuchime method, consisting of 3-layers of SG2 steel with a hammered finish to allow food from sticking to the blade. Next, the Honbazuke process involves the Katana edge being sharpened with an ancient 3-step process, which sharpens the blade twice on whetstones, followed by mirror polishing on a leather wheel. This process was used over 1000 years ago for samurai swords to create the ultimate sharpness. The Criodur process gives the steel hardness for blade retention, flexibility, and highly corrosion resistant. To deliver the outstanding performance, the blade is hand-honed at the traditional Japanese blade angle of 9 to 12° on each side, which results in a scalpel-like sharpness. This outstanding performing blade is complimented by a stunning durable D-shape Micarta handle, featuring a mosaic pin, red spacers, and a metal end-cap with logo that adds balance. Handcrafted in Seki, Japan with a lifetime warranty.


Made in Seki, Japan
Lifetime Warranty

Blade Construction: 3-layer stainless steel with SG2 powder steel core and a Tsuchime hammered finish
Handle Construction: Black micarta D-shape, with stainless bolster, engraved end cap, red spacers and Mosaic pin accent
Rockwell Hardness: 63 degrees
Edge: Approximately 9 to 12 degrees, double bevel

Blade Length: 9.5"
Blade Height: 1-7/8"
Overall Length: 14.75"
Spine Thickness at Heel: 1.8mm
Weight: 8.5 oz. (242g)

Item number: 32928-243

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
Based on 3 reviews
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100%would recommend this product
3 reviews
  • JM
    jeremiah m.
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    What is your cooking skill level? Intermediate
    Bought For Myself
    Has Owned Product For Under 1 Month
    Uses Product Daily
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    Solid purchase !

    I had been wanting a kiritsuke for some time now, and this one was the one I kept going back to.

    I have been using it for maybe two weeks now, and there is some adjustment for me. I have been using a 10" victorinox chef knife for years, and it's cutting style is more rock chop and slide if that makes sense.

    The Miyabi Kiritsuke is less rock chop and more push cut style. You can rock a little, but it is definitely meant for push cut. I am learning to do so.

    This knife is solid and the tip makes it SO easy to go through small stuff like garlic. Cutting through tomato is awesome! The first time I cut through one, I kind of laughed to myself because it was so perfect.

    Anyway, the price for an SG2 9.5" knife was very good. It was the best price for the size and material I could find.

    I highly recommend it !

    Do know though, you may need to learn how to use it if you are accustomed to a regular western chef knife.

  • LP
    Lilly P.
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    How old are you? 25-34
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    3 years ago
    SG2 - Impressive

    For an SG2 knife, this one is hard to beat. It's affordable and the quality is really quite good. It comes with an excellent factory edge, but after polishing it up a little bit on 4000 and 8000 grit stones, even cutting thick paper, along with the nice weight of this knife, felt like cutting through air. You really notice the difference SG2 makes compared to other steels that are popular for knives in a similar category. It's very easy to work with and feels very, very clean while you cut. The weight in particular is quite nice as it makes cutting effortless if you have a lighter touch as I do. The straight profile is nice if you're a fan of push cuts, and combined with the length, this knife also makes an excellent general slicer when you're not using it for general work. The handle is quite comfortable, a bit better than other D shaped handles I've tried.

  • P
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    What is your cooking skill level? Intermediate
    What is your gender? Male
    How old are you? 35-44
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    3 years ago
    Price and Value

    $179 for a 9.5" SG2! This deal can't be beat. The kiritsuke has a unique long, flat edge, making it good for precise even chopping and for slicing meat.

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