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    Question for Salty about Nenohi

    Hi Salty,

    Couldn't find the PM option.

    I have been trying to order a custom made knife from Nenohi, but I have been having difficulty communicating with them through their contact form on the Nenox USA website. I was wondering how you went about ordering your Nenohi customs?

    Of course, if anyone else has good tips on contacting them please let me know.

    Thank you

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    Ah ha thanks for the info about pm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bamin View Post
    Hi Salty,

    Couldn't find the PM option.

    I have been trying to order a custom made knife from Nenohi, but I have been having difficulty communicating with them through their contact form on the Nenox USA website. I was wondering how you went about ordering your Nenohi customs?

    Of course, if anyone else has good tips on contacting them please let me know.

    Thank you
    See if you can get ahold of Korin. Mari is a member of this forum they deal directly with Nenohi pretty much daily I'm sure she can hook you up.
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    That's how I did it.

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    Korin for my usuba with custom handle. They have an extensive collection of handles to choose from. Nenohi website has an English version but you will still have to order through Korin.

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    Awesome thanks guys.

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