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    konosuke sujihiki

    Is there a better sujihiki for the money than the hd2?

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    I can't offer any alternatives in its price range, but I personally did not care for my Kono suji; it was far too thin and flexy for what I needed it for.

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    Masakage, Yoshikane, Takeda...

    I'd rather spend a little extra on a Fujiyama for the better grind.
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    I personally like the profile of the Masamoto KS suji.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NO ChoP! View Post
    Masakage, Yoshikane, Takeda...

    I'd rather spend a little extra on a Fujiyama for the better grind.
    masakage even makes a blue steel line for a little over $200. im looking at kochi and zakuri sujis as well as im in the market for one. as awesome as kono sujis are at somethings theyre a little wimpy for all around slicing tasks imo(portioning ribeyes as an example). takeda is probably about $100 more for the same size suji as a kono HD, but worth it.

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    Where might I find this masakage blue line

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    Might check these out:

    http://japanesechefsknife.com/Furink...eSteel#1Series


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    It's the exact same blade as the "Teruyasu Fujiwara Nashiji" but half the price. Once Koki sells out of these he wont be getting any more.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JessePowers View Post
    Where might I find this masakage blue line
    http://www.knifewear.com/knife-family.asp?family=19
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