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My brother gave me this Japanese knife. I like it 'cause it is crazy sharp, sharper than anything i had ever own. I really don't know who made this knife. The knife is hammer stamp carbon knife, so I have to keep it dry.
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miked243
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Mar 12, 2019
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#1 it’s sharp because it’s high carbon steel with many folds to it! You can sharpen it with eather a wet stone or a standard hard arkansas stone, even a sheet of emery cloth on a flat surface will work if you hold the knife at the correct angle 👌
Mar 12, 2019
harrisonh
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May 2, 2018
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I agree with sc_fd. It appears to a Masakage Koishi made by Master of Traditional Arts Hiroshi Kato. He was one of the founding members of takefu knife village and one of the masters to Yu Kurosaki. He is now retired and his son Yoshimi is becoming almost as famous! This knife is literally a piece of history.
May 2, 2018
sc_fd
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Dec 11, 2017
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Looks like it might be a Masakage Koishi. Stainless clad AS carbon core steel
Dec 11, 2017
Jonathan-Le
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Dec 11, 2017
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Now I have to go and give my Brother a big hug, after I found out how much it costs. Thanks for your information. Merry Christmas.
Dec 11, 2017