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    Japanese steel blades.

    Ive got a few for the kitchen, watch this vid to see how the best of the steel is made, the sound volume is way too low.
    Its a 5 parter.

    Samurai Sword (Part 2-5) HD - YouTube
    The English language was invented by people who couldnt spell.

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    Thanks for sharing. The time-consuming ritual of re-folding and realigning of the sword's steel grain really shows up dramatically in the kitchen knives made in Japan. While in Kyoto several years ago I was able to pick up several of these beautiful knives that are a pure joy to use. While the swords and knives have this same unmistakable quality, the shuriken are not far behind!


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      Re: Japanese steel blades.

      Ive got 2 knives and an oriental veggie knife all folded stainless from Japan, they are razor sharp even after 2 years of domestic use, I love them.

      We have some friends whos trip was put on hold after the tsunami, other mutual friends were dumbfounded that they were going to bring back Japanese knives....
      Last edited by brickie in oz; 11-25-2011, 11:08 PM.
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