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    Quote Originally Posted by Salty dog View Post
    Togiharu from Korin
    +1, I'm agree! this one is good knife to consider.....INOX stainless steel with good f/f
    Charles ***[All statements I made here only my personal opinion and nothing more!]*** & Please bare with me for my crappy English!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cclin View Post
    +1, I'm agree! this one is good knife to consider.....INOX stainless steel with good f/f
    The togiharu hammered Damascus is a pretty knife. It's been written up as a holiday gift option a few times, if that's important to you or her:

    http://www.esquire.com/blogs/food-fo...-knife-6619902

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    Thanks for the suggestions! I went for the JCK Inazuma 210mm Gyuto


    Looks wise it was good. If she likes it, I will look at a more higher end Damascus next year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kumar View Post
    Thanks for the suggestions! I went for the JCK Inazuma 210mm Gyuto


    Looks wise it was good. If she likes it, I will look at a more higher end Damascus next year!
    It's showing as SOLD OUT - you must have got the last one!!

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    I did not get the last one

    Koki just told me they were sold out before my order was processed.

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    If you are sold on getting that knife (an excellent choice given the preferences you specified) - it's made by Kanetsune Seki. A search for "Kanetsune damascus KC 023" should help.

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    I like the Tojiharu,that Togi damascus is a nice looking blade at a fair price fr. Korin.I gave my niece a Togiharu Inox thin profile when a 240 cost only 100.00,now they cost more.Her blade has held up well cooking for 2 adults & 3 little ones.It is easy to sharpen too.She loves it,not mentioned much here much but a solid performer.

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    The Togi is western handle, prefer a wa handle, but I will keep it as an option. Knives do look good.

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    Is there any relation between the Inazuma and Sakai Takayuki? The blades look identical.
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