KYOCERA presents sushi tips from a professional chef: How to make the Japanese specialty dish at home
Sushi chef Timo Könnecke presents a step-by-step guide on how to prepare sushi at home. With just a few simple steps, fresh ingredients and the new Shin knife series from Kyocera, you can easily make the Japanese specialty dish in your own kitchen.
Kyoto/Neuss − Sushi is famous for many things. It is said, for example, that the traditional Japanese dish increases your life expectancy if you incorporate it into your regular diet, prevents lung cancer, and even increases your chances of impressing your date. What we can say for absolute certain is that sushi has been one of our favourite foods for a very long time. What’s more, children are increasingly developing a taste for nigiri and maki: A recent study found that 43 per cent of children today eat sushi on a regular basis. The extremely healthy dish comes in many different forms and variations and is increasingly finding its way into the kitchens of British families. The possibilities are endless, and with the right tools from Kyocera, preparing exquisite sushi dishes is not as difficult as some people may think.more
Ambiente 2017: KYOCERA will present its new Shin knife series, featuring an innovative ceramic blade
Kyocera will present a new ceramic knife series and other products from its kitchenware portfolio at the world’s most important consumer goods trade fair in Frankfurt, Germany (Hall 3.1, Booth A40) from 10–14 February 2017.
Kyoto/Neuss − Kyocera, a Japanese technology group, is a leading manufacturer of fine ceramic products and components. The company is known for its high-quality ceramic knives, which are popular with customers across the world due to their sharp blades and slicing precision, and because they are very easy to clean. The company will present its new Shin series, a further innovation for the European market, at Ambiente 2017. The Shin series features an extremely durable Z212 ceramic blade, which remains sharp for twice as long as other ceramic blades from Kyocera, thanks to an innovative new production method. The knives from the Shin series also feature an ergonomic handle that enables an even more comfortable grip as well as greater control. Furthermore, there is a slight bend in the back of the Shin knives, which allows the blade to effortlessly slice through fish, meat, fruit and vegetables. The new series, which includes knives in five different sizes, will be available from February 2017. The recommended retail price for the knives is between €59.99 and €99.99. Kyocera also offers a Shin series gift set, which comes slickly packaged in a gift box.more
Sushi for Christmas: No problem thanks to KYOCERA
Kyoto/Neuss − Sushi is not only very tasty, it also increases your life expectancy, as was found in a study carried out by the National Center for Global Health and Medicine in Tokyo. This makes sushi a perfect alternative to greasy holiday classics such as duck, goose or roast. However, most people do not have the right knives to prepare sushi themselves. This is where the ceramic knife experts come in.more
Kyocera makes knives for master chefs
Dan Anderson uses Kyocera ceramic knives. The multi award-winning chef slices and dices with a cut of the finest blades at Anderson´s Bar and Grill in Birmingham
Kyoto/Neuss − Experience, precision, creativity, quality and fast processing are key requirements in top restaurants such as Anderson´s Bar and Grill. As these characteristics perfectly match with the features of Kyocera ceramic knives and kitchen accessories, the Japanese company provides kitchen tools for the head chef of one of Britain’s premier steak houses. From filleting and slicing to carving – sharp blades and knives create the foundation for a great menu. These are exactly the special features Kyocera knives are known for: The extreme sharpness of the blades, cutting quality and easy cleaning turn cooking into a treat and make them ideal for carving boneless meat as well as cutting fruits and vegetables.more
Kyocera will present its new Fuji and Kizuna knife series at Ambiente 2016
From 12 to 16 February, the Japanese ceramic knife expert will present its new innovations alongside other products at the world’s most internationally important consumer goods trade fair, Ambiente, in Frankfurt, Germany (Hall 3.1, Stand A40).
Kyoto/Neuss − Mount Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan and is held in utmost reverence in the country. The boundless respect for this national sanctuary was what inspired the development of the Fuji knife series. With its traditional, octagon-shaped pakkawood handle, the knife is extremely comfortable to hold. The white ceramic blade complements the elegance of the pakkawood handle, giving the knife a pure look and feel, and turns cooking into a joy. Kyocera’s Fuji knives will be available in specialist shops from January, in sizes of 13 cm, 15 cm and 17 cm. Depending on the size, the recommended retail price is 74,99 €, 84,99 € and 94,99 €.more
Kyocera presents innovative ceramic fry pans at the 2015 Ambiente consumer goods trade fair
The innovative fine ceramic special coating means dishes prepared with fry pans can be made more quickly with optimum heat. The ceramic fry pans from Kyocera are now available in Europe in four different sizes.
Kyoto/Neuss − Japanese technology company Kyocera, the leading provider of fine ceramic products and components, will be presenting its high-quality kitchen products at the Ambiente trade fair in Frankfurt from February 13-17, 2015 (hall 3.1, booth A40). This marks the first time that Kyocera’s new ceramic fry pan (CFP) series will be on display at the world’s most important consumer goods trade fair. The aluminum body of the cookware is coated with the company’s innovative, high-performance ceramic. This proprietary development conducts heat significantly faster and distributes it more evenly than conventional coatings.more