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    Toss up between dt itk in aebl, rehandled tanaka blue 2 Damascus, and rehandled misono dragon. All gyutos. Favorite slicer is the mike Davis suji. Slicer perfection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pensacola Tiger View Post
    The Epicurean Edge (a forum vendor) carries them:

    http://epicedge.com/shopdisplayprodu...urata%2C+Takeo
    Indeed they do! And the wa-handled knives are much cheaper, which I like. The core steel is Aogami #1. He recently recovered from a bad hand injury, so his knives were scarce for awhile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pensacola Tiger View Post
    The Epicurean Edge (a forum vendor) carries them:

    http://epicedge.com/shopdisplayprodu...urata%2C+Takeo
    Looking at the 210 in that series.nice looking blade, personally I like the drop nose gyuto's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keithsaltydog View Post
    Looking at the 210 in that series.nice looking blade, personally I like the drop nose gyuto's.
    That's a good one! I love the grind on it. My only complaint is the lacquer coating, but that's to be expected. Nothing sandpaper can't fix.
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    Wow that is gorgeous.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chefget View Post
    PJ Tomes MS chef knife, 52100, walrus ivory handle with stacked bolster



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    Also my pick, exactly. Light, nimble, thin, durable.
    Quote Originally Posted by cheflarge View Post
    Gesshin Ginga, white #2, 210mm petty. Just a great all around production knife.

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    Gee, where have I been on this one?

    Please forgive the hubris.

    The "best" knife. There is more to a knife that meets the eye.
    Folks that know me will find this as no surprise. Mizuno Tanrenjo suminigashi.
    I've bought and sold a lot of knives from the best. I will never sell this knife.



    I believe it's one of those things where you say to a Master, "make me something great". You know what you're going to get. My knife was that knife.

    And Mr. Bob Kramer still has a lot to learn.

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    My favorite knife has to be my masamoto ks. I dont know why but everytime im in the **** I grab it and know it will get me through. I think i really like it because it is light, feels solid and sharpens stupidly sharp with almost no effort at all. I have more expensive knives and "better" knives which cut better for specific tasks but the ks is like my best friend, its there when I need it and will do what ever I need.

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