CKtG is a better source for sharpening stones than JCK. If you buy from CKtG, I suggest getting their three stone, four piece (the fourth piece is a magnifying loupe) set. The stones (water stones) are very good quality, excellent for kitchen knives, and much better for that purpose than the stones typically used by woodworkers. At this time, the CKtG kit is the best value for a set of really good stones I know of. You should also think about CKtG's inexpensive (25USD), diamond flattening plate.
If your budget is tight, you can spend less than the CKtG and do well enough for a beginner's set which is good enough to last you for a few years.
I understand that there are some good sources for stones in Europe, so you may want to research that yourself. I doubt you'll find much information here. The only online retailers I can think of offhand are Dieter Schmid in Germany and Korin in Paris. But I know there's at least one good place in the Netherlands as well. En Espana? Quien sabe?
Don't buy Norton water stones. They used to be one of the top actions, but in the greater scheme of things their time is passed; there are much faster stones for the money which don't dish as easily. Gesshin are excellent stones, but way too expensive for you at this time.
Both the Tojiro and Fujiwara are what I think of "entry level" into the high-end of kitchen knives. Both represent very good value, and you'd probably be happy with either. The Tojiro is stiffer but "san mai." San mai is a Japanese term which means "three layer laminate." San-mai allows Tojiro to save some money on construction costs which allows them to use an expensive, high-performance steel of the central core (VG-10) and keep their prices down. The knives have equal edge taking properties, but by a very slight margin the Tojiro holds its edge better. The Fujiwara is more flexible, too flexible for some people but it's also more agile.
If I were choosing between the two for myself, I'd choose the Fujiwara for myself because most san-mai knives, including the Tojiro DP, feel numb and damped on the board -- to me. Most people either aren't aware of that or don't care.
If you've already restricted your choice to those two, don't beat yourself up too much making the decision. The most important thing to remember is that they're both very good, you won't regret either, and either will make you happy for a long time. Don't beat yourself up too much over the choice.