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    Yep!
    Same one!

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    OH MY GOODNESS!!! Sushi time it is!

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    Yaxell Gou 255mm[IMG][/IMG] chef's knife.

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    Shorter knives aren't always so popular around these parts, but I figured I'd share a snap of two new blades that seem like they'll suit me pretty well:


    Carter 170mm and Shigefusa 180mm.

    Another pic of the Carter; forgive the bad angle:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dblant View Post
    I will try to post pics. Sugimoto 4007
    Nice Sugi #7.
    If I'm to buy a new cleaver, that will be my choice for sure.

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    There is such thing as a knife fairy and a knife wizard. A wa kitaeji and a yo kasumi have turned into a yo kitaeji



  7. #2927
    I actually really prefer shorter blades. Granted I just cook for myself or a few others, but they do well with single veg. Great looking knives. Looks like Carter has started to offer handles that don't need replacing. Not sure how I feel about that, as they were something that was fun to put something custom on.

    Referring to the Carter and Shig.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schanop View Post
    There is such thing as a knife fairy and a knife wizard. A wa kitaeji and a yo kasumi have turned into a yo kitaeji


    Nice score Chanop!!!

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    After first long consideration what knife to get, than after deciding that it is going to be a Carter funayuki - I have with some luck and patience picked up this one yesterday. 167mm Heel to tip, 47mm height at the heel, blade thickness of 1.6mm half way towards the tip, weight 114g.

    And while I know some may feel differently - I love the way the handle looks (and feels).



    The first meal for the Funayuki - simple sauce for pasta.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matus View Post
    After first long consideration what knife to get, than after deciding that it is going to be a Carter funayuki - I have with some luck and patience picked up this one yesterday. 167mm Heel to tip, 47mm height at the heel, blade thickness of 1.6mm half way towards the tip, weight 114g.

    And while I know some may feel differently - I love the way the handle looks (and feels).



    The first meal for the Funayuki - simple sauce for pasta.
    Nice catch. Mine is pretty close to yours; 170mm, 1.2mm at the stamp according to the site, and a bit flatter with a bit more angular tip...Mine seems a bit more santoku/bunka, and yours more funayuki/gyuto style. I'm a little surprised yours is almost 20g lighter than mine though.

    I think I'm going to like mine.


    Right up there in laser territory with my Takamura 180mm gyuto:

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