Kai Shun Minamo: artistic combination between Japanese and European kitchen knives
Kai Shun and Tim Mälzer introduced an elegant collection of kitchen knives: the Minamo collection. These knives are an artistic combination of Japanese and European knives. A fusion we hadn't seen before. The fact that the blade stays broad up to the end of the knife is quite remarkable. This was done to easily move vegetables and fruit, after these have been cut. The combination of black pakka wood and the damast pattern has turned these knives into unique works of art. The collection is comprised of three knives: a santoku, paring knife and a utility knife.