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    Identify this yanagi?

    Just wondering if anyone can figure it out from the kanji.



    I asked the owner and he said it was like "sa-burn" or something like that...he wasn't exactly sure.

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    dare say you'll need better pics if anyone is going to have any chance. the only thing i can kind of see is the top one but it just looks like '1/2'

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    Looks like the shinogi line has been entirely ground down as well.... Might be the out of focus pic.... i hope....

    DarkHOEk

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    That shinogi is gone pecan.

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    Yeah the knife is not in good shape...wait for the pic of the stone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slowtyper View Post


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    Yeah the knife is not in good shape...wait for the pic of the stone.
    It is 佐文 brand in Gin 3 steel.

    In Japan it is sold for 22400JPY if it is mirror finish.

    http://store.shopping.yahoo.co.jp/me...0163-0602.html

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    How do you pronounce the name of this? Anybody have more info? is it common, considered good, ok, not good?

    Is gin3 stainless?

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    Gin 3 is a Hitachi stainless that is used in many very good knives in a wide range of pricepoints (from Hiromoto's G3 series to the Tadatsuna inox series).

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    Quote Originally Posted by slowtyper View Post
    How do you pronounce the name of this? Anybody have more info? is it common, considered good, ok, not good?

    Is gin3 stainless?
    I think it is pronounce Sabun.
    It is a name so it may be pronounced other way.
    I am not familiar with this brand name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slowtyper View Post
    How do you pronounce the name of this? Anybody have more info? is it common, considered good, ok, not good?
    Gin San Ko (Silver No. Three) as in Hitachi Silver Paper Number Three.

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