Konosuke Fujiyama B1 210

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Konosuke Fujiyama B1 210

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Just a couple pics to share
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Re: Konosuke Fujiyama B1 210

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Was this the one from tosho?

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Cutuu wrote:
Tue Aug 28, 2018 11:30 pm
Was this the one from tosho?
Yessir!

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I have been to tosho and they have great inventory... I have never been able to find a fuji!!

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Re: Konosuke Fujiyama B1 210

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Beautiful knife. Hard to get a hold of.

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Re: Konosuke Fujiyama B1 210

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Ooooooo...an engraved one!

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really is a sweet cutter. Typically not a fan of the "undersized" 210, but the level of performance and slight heft to the blade more than make up for it.

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Marc4pt0 wrote:
Tue Oct 30, 2018 3:16 pm
really is a sweet cutter. Typically not a fan of the "undersized" 210, but the level of performance and slight heft to the blade more than make up for it.
Yeah. Whenever I go back to my 210s, I'm reminded how they are often superior cutters in terms of gliding through ingredients. It is a simple reality: the less of a blade there is, the less you feel resistance to the blade in most foods. Having the blade itself feel a bit smaller, lighter, and easier to wield makes a difference, too.

I love my larger knives, of course. My point is just that there really is something to be said for the effortless performance benefits of an elegant, undersized 210. I guess that's why so many people love that size as a line knife...
~Joe

Comments: I'm short, a home cook, prefer lighter, thinner blades, and own mostly Konosukes but have used over a dozen brands.

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Re: Konosuke Fujiyama B1 210

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Nice. What kind of handle is that?

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