Selling my Miyagi sg2 gyuto.. about 8 inch.
Has the cool hammered finish that I like.
Used it maybe 10-15 times, just have too many now and want to downsize. Great knife.
Asking 100$ plus shipping from Oregon
So, I talked to Jon, the owner of Japanese Knife Imports in california, and he told me that ceramic honing rods aren't good for your knife. I forget exactly why but he was pretty passionate about it and went into specifics that went over my head.
So my question is, what's the best way to touch...
looking to pick up either a Takamura SG2 santoku, or a Miyabi mizu SG2 santoku. Help me decide? Both use SG2 steel and are around the same price. im leaning more towards the miyabi because its much heavier. (226g) vs the takamura which is only 147g. The miyabi also looks so much better to me...