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    Btw you need to get a ginsanko one to round out the family and I need to get one in r2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jai View Post
    what is your sharpening progression for the yanagiba its wickedly sharp
    Gesshin 400, king 800 on the blade road. Then the edge gets gesshin 400 bester 1200, suehiro rika 5k, kitiyama 8-12k finished on felt with chromium oxide. The ura only touches the kiti unless I need to go down a notch or two for repain.
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    Nice vid! Those Tanakas sail through product... you make it look easy

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    Where can you get a R2 wa-gyuto? I've only seen the western handled ones.

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    I really don't know to be quite honest.
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