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Thread: Masamoto gyutos on rakuten.

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    Senior Member chefcomesback's Avatar
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    Does anybody speak Rakuten here?

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    Google rakuten global masamoto....that's how I search for stuff on that site

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    Original shall be none the worst for it haze ball ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chefcomesback View Post
    Original shall be none the worst for it haze ball ?
    Lol. Been trying to decipher that for the last day or so.

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    there are 2 ks in stock. please someone get em, i wont be able to resist for long. i allready had em in my cart twice.

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    im very proud of beeing able to resist this and think im gonna reward myself with buying a takeda sujihiki

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    I can't find any Takedas or Yoshikanes, could someone give me a link or keyword to use?
    FYI this shop has Masamoto (KS and Honyaki) and Sakai Takayuki (including Doi blades, and some Honyakis): http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/yamakawa/

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    Here's the 240 skd hammered yoshikane: http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/y...item/10004544/
    The same store has other models, including western handled ones.

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    I'm itching to pull the trigger on one of these. CAn someone tell me if the KS is actually dead flat towards the heel? I love the look of the profile, but I'm hoping there's still a subtle curve except for maybe the last inch or so. I need just a little curve for things like chopping herbs and garlic and such, anything with too long of a flat spot just feels clunky.

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    Quick, while I'm drunk.. http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/y...samoto-ks3124/ thats the 240mm gyuto right?!

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