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    F/S Mizuno 240mm Wa-Gyuto & Mizuno 270mm Fuguhiki Blue #1 DX

    I'm offering up two of my Mizunos. I've had my fun with them and now I feel like it's time to pass them on for someone else to try. Both used in a pro kitchen, the handles and sayas have darkened and there's solid patina on both blades.

    Mizuno 240mm Wa-Gyuto Blue #2 - $200 shipped

    Mizuno 270mm Fuguhiki Blue #1 DX - $300 shipped

    Please msg me with any questions you have, or if you require additional photos.






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    Pm sent for gyuto
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    Damn, just missed that one.

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    damn it! if something falls through with that gyuto let me know!

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    What are you getting next, Jesse? Shige yanagi one more time? Or Kato yanagi?

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    Sweet deals; good show!
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    Gyuto SPF.

    I have another Shig yanagi that's just the one for me. I really liked this Mizuno fugu just as a different "flavor". Great knife, and the Mizuno Blue 1 DX steel is amazing!

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    So the Fuguhiki has me wondering. Has it ever seen blowfish????

    From what I can see in the pic's (I looked it up on Japanese chef knives) I am wondering is it truly a single bevel?
    Chewie's the man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crothcipt View Post
    So the Fuguhiki has me wondering. Has it ever seen blowfish????

    From what I can see in the pic's (I looked it up on Japanese chef knives) I am wondering is it truly a single bevel?
    It certainly looks like a single bevel in MJ's pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crothcipt View Post
    I am wondering is it truly a single bevel?
    of course it is. that's what fuguhikis look like.

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