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    Badass Japanese Aprons

    Every time i've worked/trained in Japan, chefs always have these awesome aprons. It turns out they are from various Sake companies all over Japan. We picked up a few for sale at JKI. Each one is unique and from a different Sake brewery... we have stuff from all across Japan. Supplies are limited and prices range from $50-70. Shoot us an e-mail (Jon@JapaneseKnifeImports) or give us a call (310)399-0300 if you're interested.
















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    Those are badass, nice find Jon and thanks for bringing us some unique offerings.
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    Hi Jon,

    Very cool stuff. Your wife looks adorable in those aprons!

    Would you guys be able to translate mine for me? I received this as a gift.

    Thanks


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    I'm not sure I'm cool enough to wear one of these, but they all look sweet (the model helps!).

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    Only here can the word "bad-ass" be used to describe the word "apron." (Just kidding. Google search yielded several hits, lol.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by tk59 View Post
    Only here can the word "bad-ass" be used to accurately describe the word "apron."
    Fixed that for ya.
    The aprons look great, Jon.

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    Sweet, I love the second one even though I havent a clue as to what it says!

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    Quote Originally Posted by slowtyper View Post
    Hi Jon,

    Very cool stuff. Your wife looks adorable in those aprons!

    Would you guys be able to translate mine for me? I received this as a gift.

    Thanks

    the gist of it is "study", "kindness first" (on the note of customer service)

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    Quote Originally Posted by The hekler View Post
    Sweet, I love the second one even though I havent a clue as to what it says!
    ten mei- it means dawn (as in breaking dawn)

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    Second and second to last (translation?) are my favorites.

    I feel like not owning a single single-bevel knife and/or never having visited Japan disqualifies me from wearing one of these.

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