Ming Tsaiís approach of pursuing a balanced
lifestyle focuses on his healthy East-West style of cuisine. By blending
the traditions and flavors of the East with those of the West, Ming creates food
that excites the palate and entices the eyes with a balance of tastes,
contrasting ingredients, textures and colors. Kyocera, with headquarters
located in Kyoto, Japan, mirrors Mingís approach by combining the strengths of
the East with those of the West.
The Kyocera Difference: Zirconia 206.
Zirconia 206 is Kyocera's proprietary advanced ceramic formula, no one else can
use or claim to use our material. The formula has very dense particles and
extremely tight molecules, which leave minimal voids between the atoms.
This translates into a stronger, denser blade that holds an edge longer than
other ceramic knives - period. The thinner blade on a Kyocera Advanced
Ceramic knife means minimal resistance as you slice. Clean, precise,
less-intrusive cuts, using less pressure, are what make the Kyocera ceramic
knife so unique.
Although Ming Tsai initially helped design his own signature line of knives, he
was so impressed with the quality of Kyocera cutlery, that he endorses the
entire line of products. In addition to an array of fantastic knives, Kyocera
offers graters, peelers, and mandolins, all of which feature the Kyocera ceramic
advantage. All of these products possess the same superior quality of Mingís
signature series and he is able to bring consumers the entire line of cutlery.