A funayuki is a smaller, lighter, thinner deba - i.e. single bevel.
I can't help but think it's a term that been hijacked for marketing
Like Funayuki blades too. Some have the flatter profile, more board contact for forward push cuts and chopping. A lot less mainstream than Santoku's .
Yep thanks for reminding me! Both great stones BTW
Thanks guys. Initially I was going to choose the best handle, mount it and sell the knife, but I'm slacking. It's still sitting in my workshop waiting
This is something I really respect and I also feel that is a common thread among other custom knife makers that I really value. Marko has a similar character