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    Tadatsuna

    Anyone know where to find them or if they are still being produced?

    This question was posted over at FF, and I thought I'd throw it up here to see if information concerning the whereabouts of these wonderful knives might be.

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    Check aframes tokyo

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    Quote Originally Posted by obtuse View Post
    Check aframes tokyo
    +1

    210 and 240 gyutos, both INOX and white steel, are in stock. He had a 270 in stock a few days ago, but it now shows it as out of stock.

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    Yeah I looked there and all gyutos were out of stock the other day guess I just need to check more frequently

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    im interested in a 270 white gyuto...ill probably just get in touch with aframes and ask for heads up next time theres a restock. theyve been sold out for some time now and that restock sold out pretty fast.

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    Ikkanshi Tadatuna(sic) Wa Gyuto 270mm White Steel Blade is in stock right now.

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    oh snap!

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    It's still there.

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    I hope everything is ok with them and it´s simply a temporary problem with their website and Tadatsuna knives are still being made as usual. They are amazing knives (well I only have had one but it´s indeed amazing).

    You could try to get in touch with Mr. Hideki Miura by email, I suppose He will eventually reply to you. I did when I bought mine and seemed a nice guy to me.

    Regards

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    I like my Tadatsuna but it's not better than a Gesshin Ginga or Suisin.

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