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    Now that you have already had a bad experience...

    Now that you have already had a bad experience with Watanabe, may I suggest Hide white #1? 270 is just $240, and 300 is just $290 from here, direct from Japan.
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    Second for Heiji 210 SS Santoku. "So" has both...

    Second for Heiji 210 SS Santoku. "So" has both normal and thin versions available right now. Both are in KU though.
    Mine is 50mm tall, and so should these.
    ...
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    Oh oh .. you have scratched this beauty. It is...

    Oh oh .. you have scratched this beauty. It is not good anymore, call Mert. He will take it off your hands at a deep discount.


    Basically, too coarse stone or too hard stone as far as I can see....
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    Here are some ld posts from Dr.Naka. ...

    Here are some ld posts from Dr.Naka.

    http://hides-export.blogspot.com.au/2011/07/kitaeji-maintenance-1.html
    http://hides-export.blogspot.com.au/2011/07/kitaeji-maintenace-2.html...
  5. Nice. Tip section bevel could be raised a bit...

    Nice. Tip section bevel could be raised a bit higher do that bevel width would be more even from heel to tip. And that would also make tip section a little thinner too.
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    Oooh, sexy...

    Oooh, sexy...
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    Thank Len, great to hear that they are different...

    Thank Len, great to hear that they are different out loud from someone who has handle them besides vendors themselves.
  8. Send to to Leight at Chef's armoury in Sydney. He...

    Send to to Leight at Chef's armoury in Sydney. He should be able to help you out easily.
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    I have heard R2 is the same as SG2...

    I have heard R2 is the same as SG2, so please have a look here.

    http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0152/1581/products/Tanaka_Gyutou_240_3_1024x1024.jpg
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    Sticky: Thank Sambal, Original quoted time frame from...

    Thank Sambal,

    Original quoted time frame from Peter was two to three weeks, but he got sick so it was a fair bit longer than that. Two softer woods that he would make are Tassie oak, and Tassie...
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    You can have a look at western handle version,...

    You can have a look at western handle version, Matus. Although it is not lighter per see, but it is slightly thinner at the spine as far as I have seen.
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    Sticky: It took that long for an order to complete,...

    It took that long for an order to complete, :rofl2: Maker has not been feeling well, he said.
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    Sticky: New choppablock ('http://www.choppablock.com.au')...

    New choppablock tasmanian oak board.

    https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-XybD2WanqhA/U7ZFnjEYpRI/AAAAAAAAHRU/Jzs-jo1GU54/s1024/20140704_161118.jpg...
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    BluewayJapan...

    BluewayJapan http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Japanese-TOJIRO-DP-Cobalt-Gyuto-Chef-Knife-210mm-/231209981696 210 for under 90 shipped. And there are cheaper options on rakuten.
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    Tojiro DP

    Tojiro DP
  16. Thread: Shigefusa

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    Sticky: Good to hear that, Rami. Not all kitaeji gyuto...

    Good to hear that, Rami.

    Not all kitaeji gyuto are thicker and bigger than kasumi. 240 kitaeji that James received recently is a bit shorter, probably 48 vs 50 (Rami's) and is a fair bit thinner...
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    Sticky: It is good to hear that the yo is still your...

    It is good to hear that the yo is still your favourite. Being a 54mm tall, relatively thin at the spine, and weight 230-240g feels really good in hand. 240 wa-kitaeji that went to Rami has a nice...
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    Some pictures, JNS, japan-tool, tosho: ...

    Some pictures, JNS, japan-tool, tosho:

    http://cdn2.bigcommerce.com/server5800/qblte8/products/658/images/5398/P1070406__02998.1382016153.1280.1280.jpg?c=2...
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    IMO, if you look carefully, JNS workhorse and...

    IMO, if you look carefully, JNS workhorse and kikuryu are also generally a bit taller and has slightly different profile, especially towards the tip. My kikuryu 240 is 270g with handle.
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    You can also take the v-line

    You can also take the v-line
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    Haven't followed Michelle for a long time, but it...

    Haven't followed Michelle for a long time, but it is great to hear that she has won a major.
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    If your pocket is deep and prefer a more polished...

    If your pocket is deep and prefer a more polished knife from the maker, go with kitaeji. Apart from look, the benefit of kitaeji cladding is that it is made of steel/iron so it is strong there than...
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    We have s... load of Shig's in NSW :dance4:

    We have s... load of Shig's in NSW :dance4:
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    Probably not gonna go to the expo myself, but if...

    Probably not gonna go to the expo myself, but if gather is somewhere else in Sydney, I will join in.
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    :poke1: and it was from you earlier.

    :poke1: and it was from you earlier.
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