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    First J-knife ... Shigefusa kitaeji 240 gyuto

    Hard to decide which J-knife to get ... so I might as well go all in Placed an order on the bottom one:

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    Can't wait to get my hands on this sucker

    To be continued ...

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    Where'd you source it from?

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    I got this from a friend in the States - last one he had.

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    awesome; you're starting off with one of the best knives around

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    Look at you!
    score!

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    That is definately a beautiful blade. My limited experience with the Shigefusa (Øivind's) has learned me that this blade is one of the very best cutters around. Congrats on your purchase and I wish you the best of luck with it. You just can't go wrong with this one. Is it a kitaeji????

    DarKHOeK

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    DH. Yes it is

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    It has to be someone we know, right? Not many people have two Shigefusa kitaeji gyutos and one Shigefusa kitaeji yanagiba lying around. Without handles on.

    OT: Congrats on the great knife!

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    I call him Santa The pic is "old" but the knife I get is new ... the other two are long gone.

    ... and thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew H View Post
    It has to be someone we know, right? Not many people have two Shigefusa kitaeji gyutos and one Shigefusa kitaeji yanagiba lying around. Without handles on.
    Looks like one of Marko's photos to me. I know he was unloading some Shigs a while back, wonder if he had one left over (that he forgot to send me).

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