Produced on the island of Kyushu in Japan, Kyocera knives are favoured by chefs and home cooks alike for their precision and durability.
Kyocera knives are made of an advanced ceramic material which is second only to diamonds in hardness. They hold their edge up to 10 times longer than a traditional high-carbon steel knife, and are lightweight and easy to use. As ceramic is chemically inert, your Kyocera knives will never corrode, rust or impart off-flavours to food.
This range of Asian styled knives feature ergonomically shaped resin handles for comfort. The black blades are made of zirconium oxide, which is extremely durable and resistant to chipping and damage.
The Paring Knife is suitable not only for paring fruits and vegetables, but also for smaller cutting jobs such as finely slicing garlic.