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    Can you help?

    This is a Aogami No. 1 core sandwiched between two layers of soft stainless steel. But I dont know where its from in Japan? and who made it?

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    Cheers KFCUK

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    Yes but they don't mention where or who make it.

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    They're most likely staying silent about where and who to protect both themselves and the makers. Many blacksmiths make knives for multiple companies. And vendors like to approach blacksmiths to acquire knives to sell under their own name/brand. Can't really blame them. Other vendors here have gotten burned by it before. You'll have to ask them, but it's highly unlikely they'll divulge any information.

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    It is made by Tadafusa(忠房), he use all kinds of steel: white#2, Blue#1/2, SLD....etc.
    JKChttp://www.japaneseknifecompany.com/...-paringutility
    Amazon Japanhttp://www.amazon.co.jp/gp/switch-la...language=en_JP
    JB Princehttp://www.jbprince.com/tadafusa-cut...lity-knife.asp

    I hope this wil help!!
    Charles ***[All statements I made here only my personal opinion and nothing more!]*** & Please bare with me for my crappy English!!

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    Or someone will be by to read the kanji haha!

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    Seconded, looks like Tadafusa. I came across the handle style when looking for stainless nashiji knives on Rakuten.

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    Amazing thank you so much.

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