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    My first Masamoto

    Just opened up my Masamoto KS 300 yanagi, and I am wondering why it took me years to finally get a single-bevel.

    This thing looks and feels amazing, not to mention the fit and finish is beyond my expectations...thanks Koki.

    No point to this thread but to share some pics:









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    Nicw score! Beautiful knife. I hope you have fun with it.

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    Nice rack!! and what's on it looks like a great combo. Congrats on the addition to the family.

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    Looks very nice and clean. I'd like to see a follow up after your first sharpening.

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    Debas and usubas will follow :-)

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    Very nice knife, i have been tempted and this doesn't make it better!

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    the knife is sweet, and who made the block?
    Tom Gray, Seagrove, NC

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    WOW! Nice!

    That last pic makes me feel all funny in the nethers.
    Francesco
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    Being a suji fan, I'm surprised its taken this long for you to try a yanagi...have fun!
    The difference between try and triumph is a little "umph"! NO EXCUSES!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tk59 View Post
    I'd like to see a follow up after your first sharpening.
    For sure, will do. Gonna be nice to have something new and interesting to sharpen...been a bit too comfortable on the stones that mixing it up will be refreshing.

    Quote Originally Posted by tgraypots View Post
    who made the block?
    The rack was made by my girlfriend's stepdad based off the one from Korin. I really like it, especially for knives that have a saya and are over 270mm.

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