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    I would guess that you were the only blade...

    I would guess that you were the only blade pilgrim you saw when there. Correct? That could be why - not too many people pop around into the shop/public displays. First, these days Sakai is just a...
  2. Thread: E. coli outbreak

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    Wouldn't want to work in a kitchen in times like...

    Wouldn't want to work in a kitchen in times like these!
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    Putting stones in the sun - not sure if this is...

    Putting stones in the sun - not sure if this is the best idea. Sunlight, especially hot sunlight, might cause the outer bits to dry too fast and you might get fine surface cracks forming. Or worse....
  4. Thread: J-Nat Club

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    Sticky: Hi J-stoners - thought I'd add something here. ...

    Hi J-stoners - thought I'd add something here. These are my most recent additions: greenish akapin atagoyama ('green aoto') from JNS on the right and newly arrived hakka from Japan on the left. The...
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    Good to know - thanks!

    Good to know - thanks!
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    That's an excellent map and great for knife...

    That's an excellent map and great for knife tourism! ;) It's true you don't usually know if any of the places are set up for visitors or not, but I'd say it's worth a try to see. You should be...
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    Good to hear a recommendation. I've also been...

    Good to hear a recommendation.

    I've also been interested in this one. However, I was wondering if it is basically the Shig 'fish knife' or 魚包丁? They look identical from what I can tell, but in...
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    Sure, but not only the US of course. ...

    Sure, but not only the US of course. (International forum, right?) Lots not known in the realms of this forum and lots that is pretty common knowledge on this forum which isn't known there. Not...
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    You can visit Tsukiji and Kappabashi in Tokyo,...

    You can visit Tsukiji and Kappabashi in Tokyo, Doguyasuji in Osaka is another one, and Nishiki in Kyoto - all market areas with accessible cookery/knife shops and fun to visit. However, you have to...
  10. Thread: whooot

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    Yes. Definitely not 'Kato' or 'Workhorse' though...

    Yes. Definitely not 'Kato' or 'Workhorse' though definitely engraved by Kato. He's really good at it, you can see his style, and better than others I'd say.
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    Thanks - no, luckily I'm out of the city right...

    Thanks - no, luckily I'm out of the city right now. Sounds horrendous!
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    That's a good advert for the higashi then, I'd...

    That's a good advert for the higashi then, I'd say. Surprised to hear it's thinner! On the other hand, I don't think it looks goofy.

    210mm - exactly the size I'd had in mind.
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    What was that lapping thing you learned?

    What was that lapping thing you learned?
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    This definitely connects some of the dots for me,...

    This definitely connects some of the dots for me, so thanks for this. Hadn't read about the sitting thing before.

    Man, so if I go ahead with the higashigata then I have to get a mukimono too. ...
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    Beauty. Is that your own etch work?

    Beauty. Is that your own etch work?
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    I tend to like the look of the higashi better -...

    I tend to like the look of the higashi better - though not all, depends on the maker. Not if they're too square. I love the look of the Shig version, and the kama as well. If I can borrow a...
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    Thanks for the review. Does it remind you of any...

    Thanks for the review. Does it remind you of any other gyuto you've tried?
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    usuba: kamagata vs higashigata

    For those of you who have some experience with the 2 general usuba types, I'm wondering which you prefer? Seems the kama-type is the more popular and perhaps useful with the tip, but as a frequent...
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    Not meant as a 'finisher' I think!

    Not meant as a 'finisher' I think!
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    I'm wondering how the Chosera 800 would compare...

    I'm wondering how the Chosera 800 would compare to the above?
  21. Thread: Salad.

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    Hmm... not too fond of meat on my salads. Tuna,...

    Hmm... not too fond of meat on my salads. Tuna, achovy yes, but all this chicken... We eat enough of it these days, I say. I like the meatless signature and shaved kale salads above It's a about...
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    Oh yes...

    Oh yes...
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    Yes. Salade tunisienne. Have a look here and...

    Yes. Salade tunisienne. Have a look here and just use google translate http://www.ricardocuisine.com/recettes/3086-salade-de-thon-a-la-tunisienne

    The backbone of this recipe is pretty standard,...
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    Doesn't count if you buy to resell. Sorry!

    Doesn't count if you buy to resell. Sorry!
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    A definite sign of addition would be purchasing 3...

    A definite sign of addition would be purchasing 3 within 1 week. Surely you haven't evern done that.
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