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    More Kanji help, again.

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    Tosa Tokiji Saku 土佐 時次 作 in aogami


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    Thanks! Anyone have any idea on the maker? I'm working on it now and the grinds are very good.

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    he's one of the craftsmen behind zakuri, and does most of the kitchen knives for that line

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBroida View Post
    he's one of the craftsmen behind zakuri, and does most of the kitchen knives for that line
    Thanks Jon, I have it mostly cleaned up now and I am liking this knife alot. I don't know what I will use it for except for slicing fish. The edge is crazy thin so I don't know what would happen if I encountered a bone. I guess I'd call it a single bevel gyuto. Do you think i should give it a microbevel?

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    thats what funayuki look like from there (single bevel ones at least). I like a microbevel for them personally.

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    Thanks.


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