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    Quote Originally Posted by Duckfat View Post
    Ikkanshi Gyuto and suji.

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    Do you mean Ikkanshi Tadatsuna?

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Pescador View Post
    Do you mean Ikkanshi Tadatsuna?
    Indeed!

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    Great knives! I have a suji and freakin love it

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    My first knives where my Fujiwara FKH Suji and Tojiro DP Nakiri. That Nakiri can take a woopin.. and it's very easy to keep more then shape enough to push cut almost anything.

    My Yoshihiro Showed me what a decent gyuto is capable of. Have a Tadatsuna in the mail and very excited XD
    It's not the Answer it's the Experience

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    Lol!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kalaeb View Post
    I have no game

    But I have lots of nice knives that make it look like I do
    Gosh, can I relate... except I barely even have knives. Hehehe.

    For me, moving from stamped steel hand-me-down hardware store knives and "EverSharp" Farberware "housewarming gift" knives to a Solingen-made Henckels slicer and French Sab parer changed the way I thought about cutting and food prep. But my game-changer is more recent, a $9 Chinese-made KAI bread knife.
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    Mine's been mentioned many times.

    Takeda AS gyuto. It's ugly but it's pretty. The 240mm got me addicted to Japanese cutlery, and my wallet hasn't been the same since.

    I'm really thinking about custom ordering a Moritaka chukabocho with hammer-patterned kurouchi damascus.

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