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    shigefusa, where to buy?

    Where can one purchase a shig gyuto? Just curious as I rarely see them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ucmd View Post
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    +1. I would also give JWW a call

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    You could try maksim or rakuten, they are both out now, but rakuten has been rolling through quite a few shig's lately, i believe maxim has a mailing list for when he gets them in...jww doesn't update, so it always looks like they are in stock...good luck! Rakuten currently has nakiri, yanabiba and petty's in stock.
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    What is Maxim

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    Quote Originally Posted by bechler View Post
    What is Maxim
    http://www.japanesenaturalstones.com/

    he is a forum member here as well...

    http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/fo...uralStones-com
    one man gathers what another man spills...

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    Just sign up on Maxim's Shig mailing list. I just got a Shig yanagi from him through the list. Great experience, and Shigs are worth every penny! Good luck.

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    Japan woodworker looks like they have them on their website, as has been stated before. However if you call or e-mail them, Coleen (I think that's her name) will e-mail you the list in stock. Having said that - they've never had a gyuto in stock when I've checked - but they have had some yanagis.

    As everyone has already suggested, Maxim has a separate Shig e-mail list. Sign up for that list. He sends it around when he has stock - and then it's a first come first serve that goes extremely fast (we're talking hours ). Good luck!

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    lololol that is great..."What is Maxim?"

    I remember that feeling very clearly. Lots of first-name-basis around here.

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