gesshin ajikatiya wa-gyuto (sorry for answering on his behalf)
What's the grind like on that sum*****...?
The AI does not love you, nor does it hate you, but you are made out of atoms it might find useful for something else. - Eliezer Yudkowsky
The Gesshin is a beauty. And salty I don't know if you did it for charity or what, I have seen some of your knives and that one just doesn't compare!
"A recipe has no soul. You as the cook must bring soul to the recipe." -Thomas Keller
it's a very cool knife, feels very handmade (although I reallly know nothing about the craftsmen other than reputation). What I really like about it is the profile, the blade is really flat. It's almost like a 240mm santoku in some ways (flat belly, tip that drops from the spine rather than rises from the blade, etc). blade is very thin and light - it's a fast knife, total performance.
3 new additions
1st is a HHH AEB-L not really new since I got it around Christmas but the Saya is scottchef38 is the man on this one FITS PERFECT!
2nd not sure what it is to tell you the truth besides a cool CCK that takes a wicked edge thanks CHRIS!
3rd Is a Kanehiro AS 150mm
I've come full circle. I've decided not to use the good stuff on the line anymore.
Hey everyone, this is my latest purchase that I have not received yet. The lady's description was that it was new in the box from the early 70's and a Japanese chopping knife. That is all I know until it arrives in my hands. These are the pictures she had posted. Any help identifying would be appreciated. I'll have more measurements when it arrives.
Just because they make it in your size doesn't mean you should wear it...
"all-purpose kitchen knife, 180mm"(box)
"register/made by Sakai knife smith"(blade)
judge by profile, it's clearly a santoku
Charles ***[All statements I made here only my personal opinion and nothing more!]*** & Please bare with me for my crappy English!!