SOLD Konosuke Fujiyama FM 240mm Gyuto White #1

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  1. Dec 28, 2019 #1

    ThinMan

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    Konosuke Fujiyama FM 240mm Gyuto White #1
    Ebony handle with horn bolster (Konosuke handles are the best)

    231.5 mm heel to tip
    50.9 mm height
    200 gr weight

    Lightly used

    Not sharpened. FMs come extremely sharp out of the box.

    Purchased from Ai & Om in 2019.

    Includes saya


    $395 including PayPal and shipping to the 50 states
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    Beautiful blade. Someone is going to be very happy with this. I've found the white Fujiyamas to be SUPER thin, with great performance through even the fattest horse carrots.
     
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    daddy yo yo

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    You have my attention!

    Where is the balance point? 200g seems quite heavy for a laser, I guess that comes from the ebony handle?

    Also, can you post pics that show the cladding line better, please. Can only see it on the left hand side and not the last half inch at the heel...
     
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    Weight comes from the ebony handle.

    I will check balance point and get some better pics of the cladding line.
     
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    Balance point is about an inch in front of the handle.

    Photos showing cladding lines below:

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    I knew I was too slow...
     

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