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    Quote Originally Posted by maxim View Post

    Lets talk about Itonomonn instead
    Okay. Going to get any sujis from this maker?

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    No Sorry no Suji
    Only Kitaeji Yanagi and some pettys in different sizes

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    I also got from Maxim this beauty and I am in love, an amazing knife... for a very good price. I used it couple of times and isn't very reactive (on onions, carrots, celery and cabbage)

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    thanks for the review mainaman, but the pics no longer work. can this be fixed?

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    I just finished my first week of work use with the 210mm kasumi I bought from BST. The grind, fit and finish, and height are all similar to maniaman's review. I did not find the core steel to be reactive in any bad way, it developed a patina quickly and didn't color or scent any food. It sharpened to an excellent cutter nearly (it seemed) instantaneously. The only thing I don't like about this knife is that the profile doesn't really have a flat spot anywhere so I've had to change my technique a bit. I suspect this has to do with the length combined with the heel height, and that the 240mm is a little easier to use. I may actually by a 240 from JNS and put the 210 back on BST. I really like everything about this knife except the profile. I would also like to add a hope that some sujis could be forthcoming in this line. I'm kind of poking around in the market for one and this steel and style would make a great suji.

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    Pics to be added when I get back to work where the knife is

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    Must have deleted them by mistake when I was cleaning my account from old photos.





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    thanks mainaman!

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