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    That would actually make sense, it's a cheap no-name knife that had some serious grind issues when i got it. A fun little project that i use for testing different stuff on. I wouldn't be suprised if it was made outside of japan.

    Thanks alot for the help Roy!

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    The first two characters look like 手作.

    手作り (edzukuri) means hand made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mckemaus View Post
    The first two characters look like 手作.

    手作り (edzukuri) means hand made.
    read as tezukuri in japanese

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    WOW, what a awesome, informative thread!!! Thanks to all!!!
    Good food is essential, where knives are an integral part of the process.

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    I have three knives bought from different resellers at different times that all have the same box.
    So i started trying to translate the Kanji and this is what i got so far. Anyone wants to help with the other characters?


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    Quote Originally Posted by denfetafrukten View Post
    I have three knives bought from different resellers at different times that all have the same box.
    So i started trying to translate the Kanji and this is what i got so far. Anyone wants to help with the other characters?

    I'm going to say, in English, Premium Cooking Knife or High Quality Cooking Knife.

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