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    Senior Member pkjames's Avatar
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    So, with the red (green) aoto from Maxim, and the Kizuyama suita from schanop (which is also from Maxim).
    I can now officially join the club! I am sure more will come

    The Red aoto (actually I think is is a hybrid between red and green, certainly feels harder than schanop's red aoto)


    The Kizuyama suita

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  3. #103
    Yes, this one def looks like it's on the green side rather than red, which should mean it's harder - which I'd probably prefer. Very useful stone, I think you'll find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patatas Bravas View Post
    Yes, this one def looks like it's on the green side rather than red, which should mean it's harder - which I'd probably prefer. Very useful stone, I think you'll find.
    it's indeed a really nice stone, very easy to work out the mud, and gives much better finish than synthetic stones. I am in fact getting rid of my shapton gs now

  5. #105
    Hi J-stoners - thought I'd add something here. These are my most recent additions: greenish akapin atagoyama ('green aoto') from JNS on the right and newly arrived hakka from Japan on the left. The hakka looks quite cool - not sure if you'd call that 'kan' or what? - but I haven't had a chance to try it yet. The green aoto is very handy; interestingly, it gave a far better edge to my stainless petty than all of my other stones, and of course it's great with the carbons too.


  6. #106
    Probably the Best Ohira Range Suita i ever seen Type 30

    Just perfect, it is sold now and going to US soon

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    Whoa insanely nice jnat!
    "A recipe has no soul. You as the cook must bring soul to the recipe." -Thomas Keller

  8. #108
    Wow! That one is so nice it looks like it's been manufactured to precision!

    (Why sell? You should have kept it for your collection

  9. #109
    haha i have wayyy to many stones now for my self I dont even use half of them

  10. #110
    Quote Originally Posted by maxim View Post
    haha i have wayyy to many stones now for my self I dont even use half of them
    Oh really? Then time for a discount sale!

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