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    Quote Originally Posted by welshstar View Post
    Thanks

    I think im going to go with this one unless there is any major issue im not thinking of

    Minamoto Kotetsu Gyuto 185mm http://japan-blades.com/chef-knives/...tyle/1146.html

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    Alan
    That's a good choice, a well regarded knife with good steel. A bargain, you might say.

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    Anyone have experience with Teruyasu Fujiwara's smaller gyutos? The Nashiji series is relatively affordable for a handmade, white#1 knife, so I wonder how it compares to a Carter.

    http://www.japanwoodworker.com/dept....&dept_id=13175

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    Weird. My reply got lost somewhere. Oh well...
    What I was trying to get out is that I really like the profile on the Gyutos. Caddy, you always find blades that suit my eye.
    I'd like to learn more about these too.
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    Take a look around at: www.sharpandshinyshop.com

    Email me at: tmclean@sharpandshinyshop.com

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    I always thought that Tanaka's Nashiji-Ginsanko series and Damascus-cladded Blue#2 series were fun and affordable high-performance options. But they seem to have undergone a price hike thanks to the USD/YEN exchange rate. Ditto the Honsho-Kanemasa E-series.

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