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    here we go again..........
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    Looks like clouds with chance of late afternoon smug
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    Beauty. Is that your own etch work?

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    it is 2 different knives in those pictures
    will be on website when i leave on Vacation

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    Tamahagane & Kitaeji ?
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    No not Tamahgene, i can not afford 240mm Tamahagene knife

    Both is San mai But with different Kitaeji
    If you notised it is also not a Workhorse

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    Are these made by Kato? They look like his style... I wonder how the cloudy iron would look with a Jnat polish?

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    This batch is Test I will only cary one of them
    And i know already witch one is my favored
    2 different Kitaejis

    Kato made them for me, again after my steel choose and specs !

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    i know the kanji is kato but it seems too heirloom for the line!
    "A recipe has no soul. You as the cook must bring soul to the recipe." -Thomas Keller

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