7" Cleaver Knives Silver-ion Coating | Gin Series

$119.99 USD


Elevate your kitchen prowess with Kyoku's latest marvel, the 7-inch vegetable cleaver from the Gin series! Merging timeless craftsmanship with cutting-edge technology, this knife is a chef's dream. Crafted from Japanese VG-10 steel, cryogenically treated for unmatched durability, and coated with ionic silver for top-notch hygiene, it stands at the pinnacle of kitchenware innovation. Glide through vegetables, fruits, meats, and more with its scalpel-sharp edge, designed for effortless precision. Every aspect exudes quality, from the robust full tang to the 58-60 HRC Damascus steel blade. The comfortable fiberglass handle and intricate mosaic pin add a touch of elegance. This professional-grade cleaver arrives with a dedicated sheath and case, ensuring its longevity and your continued culinary excellence.


  • Material: VG-10 Stainless Steel, G-10 Fiberglass, Ionic Silver Oxide
  • Rockwell Hardness: 58-60
  • Blade Dimensions: 7.2 x 3.1 in. (18.2 x 8 cm)
  • Edge Angle: 8–12°
  • Overall Length: 12.2 in. (31 cm)
  • Net Weight: 14.3 oz. (406 g)
  • Warranty: Lifetime

Package List

  • 1 x Damascus Vegetable Knife
  • 1 x Sheath
  • 1 x Case

What is a cleaver knife used for?

1. Chopping Tough Meat and Bones: Its primary use is for cutting through thick meat and bones. The cleaver's weight and sturdy blade make it ideal for breaking down large cuts of meat, chopping through ribs, or cutting through poultry bones.

2. Crushing and Mincing: The flat side of the cleaver can be used to crush foods like garlic, ginger, or lemongrass, aiding in the release of their flavors. It's also effective for mincing herbs and vegetables.

3. Slicing Vegetables: While it's not as precise as a chef's knife for delicate tasks, the cleaver can be used for chopping vegetables, especially larger ones like cabbage or squash.

4. Scooping Ingredients: The wide blade is useful for scooping up chopped ingredients and transferring them from the cutting board to a pan or bowl.

5. Tenderizing Meat: The flat side of the cleaver can also be used as a pounding surface to tenderize meat, making it softer and easier to cook.

6.Culinary Preparations Requiring Force: The cleaver is excellent for tasks that require a bit more force, such as breaking down a coconut or chopping hard root vegetables.