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    FS: Sashimi slicers, Suisin Densyo, shironiko, & Mizuno AU/SYD

    Hi again everyone,

    Time has come, when I realised that some knives are used less and less due to me preferring others. So here they go some of my sashimi slicers, in very good home used condition.

    1. Susin Densyo white #1 300mm yanagiba, 500AUD
    2. Suisin Shironiko (white #2) 300mm takohiki, 240AUD
    3. Mizuno Hon Kasumi white #2 180mm yanagiba, 140AUD

    Price is without postage, or you can pick up from my home. Getting more than one (including Sakai Ichimonji Kichikuni usuba 140AUD), will get some discount.

    Both Suisin are in excellent condition as I have quite a few sashimi slicers to rotate around where the favour ones are Shig and Hide. I have use and sharpen them enough where coarse grinding from their pristine stage is gone. Takohiki still has some very slight over grind from factory at the heel and at the tip, its ferrule also has a streak of blond.

    Mizuno is in good condition, but it came with somewhat iffy grind as you can see a little bit on its back side, not so clear on the front side. I have used fixed it to the best of my knowledge. My newly acquired shig ku single bevel petty has replaced its roll.

    All three slicers went to takashima mud bath for a quick photo to show grind/bevel evenness etc.



    More close up pictures upon request.

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    Father day is this coming weekend. I'd make this a father day sale:

    Suisin Densyo 300mm yanagiba, 475 AUD + postage
    Suisin Shironoko 300mm takohiki, 220 AUD + postage
    Mizuno Hon Kasumi 180mm yanagiba, 130 AUD + postage
    Sakai Ichimonji Kichikuni 210mm usuaba, 125 AUD + postage

    Buying yourself more than one presents get extra discount.

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    For international buyer. You can use AusPost postage estimation at http://auspost.com.au/apps/international-parcel.html. I think I can pack a knife within 750g (should be quite lighter for Mizuno little yanagi), so use 500-750g bracket for the estimate.

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    I was confused when the Lions emailed me with a Father's Day offer for this weekend; in North America Father's Day is the third Sunday in June while the first Monday​ in September is Labo(u)r Day.
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    Sorry for the confusion :-) kinda aiming for local here, since postage is usually a killer for international sales. As far as I understand, Father's day in Australia is the first Sunday in September, a spring welcoming of sort, a time to break out bbq from the chill.

    For Father's day in Thailand, we celebrate it on the King's birthday, December 5th.

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    More close up pictures of these slicers. All images are 1200 pixel wide, so you can always
    do right click on the browser and ask it to open just image only on a new window/tab.

    Some brown bits are just panita and/or smudge that they take very quickly.
    For Mizuno little yanagi, I hope you can see the crooked (but not too bad) of ura grind in
    the back, which is a little bit uneven.






    And the earlier full shots


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    How about?

    Suisin Densyo 300mm white #1 yanagi, 450AUD + postage
    Suisin Shironiko 300mm takohiki, 200AUD + postage

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    I wish I had use for a tako now...

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    Let's see if this would bring any bite. How about?

    Suisin Densyo 300mm white #1 yanagi, 440AUD + postage
    Suisin Shironiko 300mm takohiki, 180AUD + postage

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    One more call

    Suisin Densyo 300mm white #1 yanagi, 425AUD + postage
    Suisin Shironiko 300mm takohiki, 160AUD + postage

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