Miyako Knives Holiday Close-Out Blowout Sale

Denise Landis

Denise Landis is the founder and editor in chief of The Cook's Cook. She tested recipes for the New York Times for over 25 years.

Miyako ceramic knives are extremely sharp and nicely weighted, and they are now available at irresistibly low prices. Ceramic knives are best reserved for soft foods like vegetables and fish — an ideal gift for the vegan or pescatarian on your shopping list. 

Their white blades are a reminder that they are ceramic and breakable if dropped or twisted. We especially like the chef’s knife and the santoku for cutting gravlax or sashimi into transparent slices, and for slicing and dicing boneless chicken breast. The sharp little paring knife is perfect for peeling peaches, cutting peeled ginger into threadlike julienne, and slicing plums into thin wedges for a holiday cobbler.

Slashed pricing has reduced the 7-inch Glossy Ceramic Chef’s Knife from $44.99 to $28.99.

The 5-inch Glossy Ceramic Santoku Knife has been reduced from $30.99 to $21.99.

The 4-inch Glossy Ceramic Paring Knife has been dropped from $16.99 to $8.99.


4+5+7 Ceramic Knife Bundle for $48.00 

Use Coupon Code cook2020 for an additional 15% off your entire order

Each knife comes in a beautiful black presentation box with a magnetic closure. With prices this low, you can buy all three for each cook on your list. Stack the graduated boxes and tie them up with a colorful bow — no gift wrap needed!

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