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    I compared the miroshi deba I picked up to a few other sources and it was cheaper by about $20 with shipping included.

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    No wait is worth a few extra sometimes too!!

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    I will also say grab one wile you can
    Shigefusa becoming more and more rare and it seems to me he making less knives now.
    I also expect some more price increase very soon again.

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    There is also some Kuro Nakiri but Shigefusa is missspelled, you find it in the same shop but here http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/n...i/item/265207/. Just picked one...

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    Forge hemorrhoids must be a beeatch!
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    Also some Masamoto kasumi but I can't read kanji so I don't know if they are kasumi (KK) or hon-kasumi (KS)...
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    "Tamahagane" is translated as "steel balls" that always cracks me up. The other one that is really funny is "Ozuko", it is translated as "Big Butt".

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    The fish tweezers translation:
    Edo Komachi highest grade having no backbone
    Handmade emasculation made in Tokyo.
    120 millimeters in total length, omission conditions are different.

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    Is that 300 yanagi still there?! It's torturing me...

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