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    Kodeba, tako slicer, 14" forschner

    For consideration at bargain prices:



    -Masahisa Tsukiji 110mm kodeba (kurouchi, white #2). The kodeba has a thicker spine than the ajikiris I've had, more like a shorter deba. A very solid and sharp knife. I got it at Tsukiji when I was there. You may recognize the shop as the one that carries very large fish knives (I'll confess that was my reason for being there) http://tonymcnicol.photoshelter.com/...00plEC0p9xOH8/.
    $65 shipped conus





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    -Zakuri 270mm takohiki slicer (blue#1). A nice and light slicer in the vein of the old american and european ham slicers. This knife is double bevel.
    $160 shipped conus





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    -Forschner 14" bullnose butcher knife. Great condition, rosewood handle. $50 shipped conus.



    As usual, package deals available

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    That tako is calling my name... I don't have any need for it- but I reeeeallly want it... If I wasn't moving into a new place soon...

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    I guarantee it will fit in your new place too

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainsausage View Post
    That tako is calling my name... I don't have any need for it- but I reeeeallly want it... If I wasn't moving into a new place soon...
    Just by it for yourself as a welcome gift. Go a few days before you plan on moving in and put it in the kitchen. When you get there on a moving day just pretend you don't know where it came from and be happy with your new "gift".

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    Must... Maintain... Self.. Control... Fellow.. Forum... Members... Not... Helping...aaaaaaahhhh! It's so coool! It's like a little maguro sword!!! Like a bonito sword or something!!! Dammit...

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    Sweet!

    Masahisa was not open either time I was there, and I only had a few minutes to poke around Sugimoto's shop. Spent a fair amount of time in both Tsukiji Masamoto stores as well as Aritsugu... fun! Have to go back. Yamato Sushi breakfast!
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    Forschner Sold

    ^I went to Sushi Dai when I was there, and remarkably it was like a 5 minute wait. Pretty rare from what I hear.

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    Kodeba sold

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    All knives sold.

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    Thank god...

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