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    I have to say that I really like my 210 Nashiji...

    I have to say that I really like my 210 Nashiji gyuto. I purchased it directly from the maker, so it was only about $200 and change. I got it with a wa handle to avoid the well-documented fit and...
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    Home cook here. I'm definitely trending towards...

    Home cook here. I'm definitely trending towards smaller knives.

    My 240 knives tend to stay in the rack. My most used knife is a 180 Watanabe gyuto. Really great knife.
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    I stopped by one of the local SLTs on the way...

    I stopped by one of the local SLTs on the way home from work. They had one 10 inch carbon gyuto left.
    It had a small overgrind at the heel, which the manager saw as well. He gave me an...
  4. I own one of the Watanabe 180 gyutos. I used it...

    I own one of the Watanabe 180 gyutos. I used it all the time. It is surprisingly useful for a 180mm knife.
    Mine definitely was not thick behind the edge. It is a real performer.
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    Beautiful knives! I'm cannot find them on the...

    Beautiful knives!
    I'm cannot find them on the website though under Hinoura. Are they listed elsewhere?
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    I'm happy to see more vendors on KKF. In for me...

    I'm happy to see more vendors on KKF.
    In for me please.
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    I'll take it if it is still available

    I'll take it if it is still available
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    I own a 195 Carter, and in the past owned a Shig...

    I own a 195 Carter, and in the past owned a Shig and a Takeda. All great knives, but I do miss that Takeda the most.
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    PM sent for a new design AEBL. I sure do like...

    PM sent for a new design AEBL. I sure do like the idea of hunter orange G10 too!
    Thanks
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    Japan Woodworker was acquired by the woodworking...

    Japan Woodworker was acquired by the woodworking chain, Woodcraft, a while ago. I'm not sure how this will affect their knife selection. I'll say that I purchased woodworking tools from them many...
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    rhubarb

    rhubarb
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    Please put me down as interested.

    Please put me down as interested.
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    Not the easiest to grow, or the most productive,...

    Not the easiest to grow, or the most productive, but it is hard to beat the taste of a Brandywine.
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    Thanks again for all the input. I'm happy to say...

    Thanks again for all the input. I'm happy to say that I just ordered my first Shigefusa, the 180mm nakiri from Maksim.
    Now the wait begins.
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    Thank you for all the replies thus far. They are...

    Thank you for all the replies thus far. They are really helpful.
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    Nakiri? Shig vs. Watanabe vs Kato

    I'm a home cook, interested in buying a kurouchi nakiri. I don't really need one, but have an itch that needs to be scratched. I already own a Carter SFGZ which is murderously thin, so I'm looking...
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    I'm in the same boat re. my Harner paring. I...

    I'm in the same boat re. my Harner paring. I thought I was done with acquiring more small knives, but I'm in for one 4" model.
  19. +1 on the Pure Komachi bread knife. I got mine...

    +1 on the Pure Komachi bread knife. I got mine for about $10 on ebay. Not much to look at, but it cuts bread just fine.
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    Pics of a tool festival in Japan

    I saw this link on a woodworking group that I read. It shows pictures of a Japanese tool festival. Mostly tools, but some knives and lots of sharpening gear. I thought it was a fun read.
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