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    330mate via ebay perhaps,...

    330mate via ebay perhaps, http://www.ebay.com/itm/Japanese-YAMAWAKU-water-proof-burnt-chestnut-handle-chef-knife-Santoku-houchou-/390787169665
  2. Thank Huw for the initial impression report.

    Thank Huw for the initial impression report.
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    165 can handle 3kg fish easily. If you're not...

    165 can handle 3kg fish easily. If you're not going to buy anything much bigger than that, then 165 is enough.

    180 is not that much bigger either, and it is still nimble enough for small fish. It...
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    Oops, I meant the other way around. Or explicitly...

    Oops, I meant the other way around. Or explicitly convexing the right hand side, making it more like hamaguri/strong hamaguri edge.
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    It does look like a left hand biased knife from...

    It does look like a left hand biased knife from choil shots. Raising bevel height on the left hand side might help.
  6. How about JBro's Kochi 270mm suji? ...

    How about JBro's Kochi 270mm suji?

    http://www.japaneseknifeimports.com/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/i/m/img_0078_7.jpg
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    :EDance2: That sounds like Australia has got...

    :EDance2: That sounds like Australia has got another Shig addicted.
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    My Shig KU santoku is a shorty and left hand side...

    My Shig KU santoku is a shorty and left hand side is a little weird :detective:

    https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-0zT8BOo1c4Q/UOuNRnubuLI/AAAAAAAAAvw/TV2KXPKcyh0/s640/shig_ku_santoku_0.jpg...
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    My non-production, custom order, Heiji 225mm...

    My non-production, custom order, Heiji 225mm Santoku :viking:

    https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-7GU84Oysybw/UJIu-R7KvLI/AAAAAAAAAsA/6X7miIk0jE4/w640-h480-no/P1070728.JPG
  10. Thread: Huws Food

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    December is one of the better time to visit Huw...

    December is one of the better time to visit Huw in Merimbula. Weather is still cooler down that way.
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    I've been using this strip vacuum sealer for both...

    I've been using this strip vacuum sealer for both sous vide and food saving. http://www.sealandpack.com/vacuumsealer.htm Their price off ebay is a bit cheaper than website price though.

    The...
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    This ?...

    This ? http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/meicho/item/aok-13013/
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    Here is the catalog page from a while ago if...

    Here is the catalog page from a while ago if anyone is interested.

    http://www.catalog.vc/catalog_file/1815arc/pdf/0022.pdf
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    I recalled that Jon fixed Tad usuba for you very...

    I recalled that Jon fixed Tad usuba for you very nicely, daveb.
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    Because he said so.

    Because he said so.
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    There's always a yoshihiro kasumi lefty...

    There's always a yoshihiro kasumi lefty as well as Gesshin uraku lefty (which appears to be out of stock at the moment)
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    JDA, those two from Blueway are not Sakai...

    JDA, those two from Blueway are not Sakai Ichimonji. They are much cheaper alternatives.

    Maxim probably won't stock any more new Yoshikane.

    I just found a lefty 270 yoshikane on Raukten:...
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    LOL, totally missed that you live on the other...

    LOL, totally missed that you live on the other side :lol2:
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    Sounds like you are keen on a Doi usuba. Another...

    Sounds like you are keen on a Doi usuba. Another option is off rakuten for a Doi usuba. We all know too well that Japanese EMS service is excellent.
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    Having had a Hide yanagiba for a couple of years,...

    Having had a Hide yanagiba for a couple of years, I can wholeheartedly recommend it. Being in the Netherlands, you should be able to get a Hide from Japan shipped within your price ceiling.

    If you...
  21. Thread: stone brands

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    This place's price looks reasonable:...

    This place's price looks reasonable: http://www.timberbits.com/shop-by-brand/king-water-stone.html

    And this place is not too bad either: http://www.carbatec.com.au/japanese-waterstones_c7530
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    Sharpening classes should be good, although I...

    Sharpening classes should be good, although I have never attended one there. I often look knives being serviced there, and they all look nice.

    If you don't mind used stones to save some budget,...
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    Hi Rami, As much as I like and do shop at the...

    Hi Rami,

    As much as I like and do shop at the store, I don't recommend buying naniwa set there. You can get much better options buying direct from Japan.

    I do second Rick's suggestion of...
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    Welcome.

    Welcome.
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    Oh, yes, sir :thumbsup:

    http://i758.photobucket.com/albums/xx226/Pensacola_Tiger/Shigefusa/Shigefusa21cmkitaejigyuto_zpscebbad00.jpg
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    Oh, yes, sir :thumbsup:
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