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which nakiri knife and why?

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Hi guys I'm looking to buy a good nakiri knife to add to my set, could anyone recommend a good knife for around £50-£150. Joe
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Tanaka Damascus.

 

Light, thin, superb factory edge, nice looking, hand engraved kanji look classy as hell.

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Inazuma - from JCK, look under Specials.

I have one of these. Nice knife, good looking, holds an edge.
US$110.

I'm very happy with it.
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As you've mentioned your budget in £St I have some reason to believe you could be interested in reducing import taxes, handling costs and other inconveniences caused by zealous HM custom officers. You happen to be within the Union! From Denmark:
http://www.japanesenaturalstones.com
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