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    wow such beauty's and not much for a movement. If only I had use for a yangi. Not sure about the takohiki, and what it is really. (still a noob)
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    A price to pay for being down here :-) much smaller market, and expensive postage, even for local shipping.

    Takohiki, really, can be used instead of yanagiba. Many sushi chefs use it instead of yanagiba, AFAIK.

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    Bump ..

    Suisin Densyo 300mm white #1 yanagi, 425AUD + postage
    Suisin Shironiko 300mm takohiki, 160AUD + postage
    Mizuno Hon Kasumi 180mm yanagiba, 130 AUD + postage

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    Bump .. single bevel knives on BST have been pretty slow.

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    Damn...that Mizuno keeps winking at me.
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    If I wouldt be broke as i am now, I would really seriously own it already. Damn thing, the money.

    I think its really cool and usable size actually.

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    Takohiki is sold, thank you.


    Mizuno little yanagi is a cool little bugger. I've been using it as a single bevel petty i.e. kinda similar idea to Jon's Gesshin Ittetsu (Ino) single bevel petty although this mizuno is probably a touch thicker and not as wide/tall.

    Since I got shig KU single bevel petty (which is taller/wider, and a bit thicker) with heaps of cloud, this mizuno has been on the back stage and get pulled out every now and then. I kinda like a little wider blade/bevel because peeling in katsuramuki fashion feels a bit easier.

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    That Suisin Densho is bound to make someone really happy. If I could swing the funds I'd nab it for sure.
    I've got so much great use out of my Suisin shironiko yanagiba, I bet this white#1 Densho version is a killer!
    Looks in fantastic condition too, GLWS.

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    Densho is in , may be I should say, like new if it's been in a pro environment. It is in a very good condition.

    Since I'm a home cook, I can do so many sashimi and sushi meals a week (may be twice or max three times). Having had a Shig 270 and a Hide 300 kensaki yanagi in rotation, which both are easier for me to handle because of their lighter weight, makes me use this densho even less.

    Pretty much looking for a good home for this one to get used. It is a really really nice yanagi. And may I quote today's new price from Jon, 560US, and from Frank, 589AUD.

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    Suisin Densyo 300mm white #1 yanagi, 425AUD shipped within AU
    Mizuno Hon Kasumi 180mm yanagiba, 130AUD shipped within AU

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