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  1. It is. But oh dear, cooking steaks in an...

    It is. But oh dear, cooking steaks in an non-stick pan and than cutting them with a bread knife :slaphead:
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    I'd guess that's a Tanaka Ginsanko with Nashiji...

    I'd guess that's a Tanaka Ginsanko with Nashiji cladding...
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    That's great, thank you. When I get it i will...

    That's great, thank you. When I get it i will just even out the bevel up until the Nashiji line and smooth it out around the machi and spine etc, get rid of excess glue and so on. But later on I...
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    Thinning Tanaka Ginsanko Nashiji

    I'm ordering some knifes, one of which is going to be a 190mm Tanaka Ginsanko gyuto. This will be an extra knife for me and I'm trying to introduce my gf to a bigger knife than 120mm petty :biggrin:...
  5. Yes also looked at that one, wonder how much...

    Yes also looked at that one, wonder how much shipping is to Sweden.

    Anyway, should have never come back to this forum - just wanted some advice on a cheaper wa-petty and maybe a semi-stanless...
  6. Thanks for all the advice so far. My gf just got...

    Thanks for all the advice so far. My gf just got home and I couldn't convince her to go with 190mm Tanaka Ginsanko Wa-gyuto, she wants the 150mm petty - but I can't find it on 330mate and it's out of...
  7. He does, but not the petty 150mm ginsanko :(

    He does, but not the petty 150mm ginsanko :(
  8. Btw, does anybody else than metalmaster sell...

    Btw, does anybody else than metalmaster sell Tanaka's?
  9. Beautiful and probably cuts like a dream. But...

    Beautiful and probably cuts like a dream. But it's just to pricy and I hardly use anything shorter than 210mm, if this was a knife I would use than I would have it under consideration :)
  10. I think that settles it, I'm going Tanaka :) I...

    I think that settles it, I'm going Tanaka :) I have Chosera 400, Bester 1200 and a Suehiro 5000 stones and some experience so the bevel will be no problem. I can fix the choil and spine too.
    But...
  11. I of course know the Tojiro line, I still use my...

    I of course know the Tojiro line, I still use my 210mm Gyuto I bought 10 years ago - I have a special bond with it since it was my first J-knife and a real eye-opener like "wow, this is how a knife...
  12. You mean the vg10 and ginsanko lines? What's the...

    You mean the vg10 and ginsanko lines? What's the grind on the Tanaka like, it's not flat on one side like the Aritsugu? And the bevel, 70/30-ish? I totally forgot about tanaka's, but it looks like...
  13. Advice on petty / mini gyuto and gyuto with wa-handles...

    Hello everybody!

    The situation looks like this, my gf is afraid of our 210mm and 240mm gyutos and uses a 120mm stainless petty with western handle for everything (yes, I know). So I want to buy...
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    Thanks everybody. Even though the Gesshin Ginga...

    Thanks everybody. Even though the Gesshin Ginga is probably a better knife, exactly what I'm looking for actually, I just feel the Hattori speaks to me :)
    Soon time to buy a stainless 150 petty and...
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    Many speak well about the Hattori FH, I'm also...

    Many speak well about the Hattori FH, I'm also starting to think it will be my best bet.
    Next 'problem' will be to decide between micart and cocobolo handle. The cocobolo is sold out atm :(
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    Don't forget to enjoy the food though :hungry:...

    Don't forget to enjoy the food though :hungry:
    You have to visit 'Cuc Gach Quan' (10 Dang Tat, Ward Tan Dinh, District 1), one of the best restaurants I've been to - and I've been in many...
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    :laugh: My girlfriend have family in NY, they...

    :laugh:

    My girlfriend have family in NY, they will help me out with shipping - also to avoid tax/customs etc, send it as a 'gift'. I'm not cheap, but I feel we already pay to much taxes in Sweden...
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    Thx! For me it leans towards the Akifusa, I could...

    Thx! For me it leans towards the Akifusa, I could probably thin it out - I've owned my stones for a while and sharpened many knifes with more than adequate result.
    The Hattori looks very nice, but...
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    Advice on new Gyuto...

    Could you help a confused Swede? There's just to many knifes out there and I'm a picky consumer.


    What type of knife(s) do you think you want?

    Stainless or semi-stainless 240mm Gyuto with a...
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