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    A couple of honyaki knives before they ship out

    These are going in the mail tomorrow, so i thought we'd post some pics of them before they go... here are the knives:

    http://www.japaneseknifeimports.com/...l-project.html
    (this one was really special... its a rare occasion you see blue #1 mizu-honyaki... especially from the craftsmen involved in this one)

    http://www.japaneseknifeimports.com/...ny-handle.html
    (so happy with how this one turned out... we've still got its little 270mm brother kicking around in the store)








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    Beautiful

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    Wow!!
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    2nd. the WOW, but more important, Jon, where did you source the wooden stand! Have been looking for months for one. 4 slots even better

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    we've got a few in store that we use.... i may need to order more soon, so if you would like, maybe we can pick some up for you. Shoot me an e-mail if you're interested. They have taller ones too.

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    Amazing! but way out of my price range

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    Gorgeous. I'm just awed at the skill and experience that went into those knives.

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    Murray Carter calls Shiraki-san the best Japanese bladesmith.

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    those are some seriously beautiful knives

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