I have a Tosagata Nakiri that I picked up from Japanewoodworker a while back and the blade was rather wavy when I got it. Since then, the blade has also gotten some micro chips too, so I am about to put a new edge on it and get rid of both the waves and chips.
About a year ago on KF, I think Dave said that I should use the stone lengthwise when tackling the nakiri's blade.
Below is a video of a guy sharpening a cleaver, and (criticisms of this guy's sharpening aside) is this roughly the method that would work best?
Any sharpening tips?
Thanks in advance.