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    Senior Member stevenStefano's Avatar
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    Can't you just send it back?

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    Yanagibas aren't moving nowadays. This Shig, Tadatsuna, Azuma Minamoto No Masahisa, and My Suisin ...

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    why?

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    300 is such a good size, I have two 270's and at times I just find them to small...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DwarvenChef View Post
    300 is such a good size, I have two 270's and at times I just find them to small...
    bigger is always better!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hermes7792 View Post
    why?
    the US isn't Japan. i'd buy this, in a second, if i had the money, and if i didn't already have as much Yanagi as i needed. like i said, the US isn't Japan. and i'm a major Shig fan. good luck!

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    If i should only keep one knife from Shigefusa it will be his single beveled, as he is one of the best of making single beveled knives and most known for it in Japan
    Sob i am surprised it stil here

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    Thats true, I think I bought one from same batch.

    This knife is just pure perfection.
    I own and see 3 Doi's and even though they are 3x as much in price, Shig is much better, a knife with a soul.

    And maybe chefs knives are more popular, but for me single bevels are just level higher. Or two actually

    Not only the sharpness, but the shape and finish of the blade. The grind. Amazing grind.

    I dont know no better.

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    I've got my shig 270 yanagi though maxim, and been trying to let go Suisin Densho 300 :-0

    Shig is a much better/suitable knife for me, a lowly home cook, being lighter, about the right length etc... Plus it is a lot more fun trying to polish a shig with cloud.

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    If the knife were left-handed it would be gone by now. Curses!

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