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    Nakayma Maruka


    Tenjyou Nagura


    Maruka Asagi

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    This is mine. It came lapped on both sides so I can use the side without the Kanji and keep the Kanji alive. Got it from So Yamash*ta, great guy, before the prices went sky high, i.e. before Lynn started playing with them.
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    My one only J-Nat.Shoubudani Asagi. A fantastic finisher from Maxim.

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    By blix72 at 2011-09-04

    Ozuku Asagi, Tenjyou Nagura and two Tomo Naguras. The middle Nagura makes a slurry fairly quick, the right one takes forever.And yes, the lower right corner just chipped, I guess these are a bit more fragile than I thought, I'll try and take better care of it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blix View Post

    By blix72 at 2011-09-04

    Ozuku Asagi, Tenjyou Nagura and two Tomo Naguras. The middle Nagura makes a slurry fairly quick, the right one takes forever.And yes, the lower right corner just chipped, I guess these are a bit more fragile than I thought, I'll try and take better care of it...
    Blix, I would suggest that you bevel the edges and corners on your tomo nagura pieces, this will help prevent chipping. Alx
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    Done, thank you Alx.

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    Here is a Nakayama Maruka Asagi,

    It just arrived, so I haven't tried it out yet.
    Lapping will be done tonight

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    Um, all of them, any of them that have been in front of me over all these years....


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    @Blazinrazor: I am sending you a PM regarding J-Nats, if you still need some advice (other than that you would get from an honorable vendor).

    I have posted these before but I will probably not get tired of sharing these pictures
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    1. Nakayama Kiita, with Nashiji and Maruka/Maruichi and Nihon Kamisori stamp
    2. Ozuku Asagi with light green, very hard
    3. Shoubudani dark Asagi, very hard and smooth


    A little more in depth information can be found here.

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    The first picture shows my japanese naturals collection.
    From left to right we have the following stones:

    • Suita Kiita, for sharpening kitchen knives
    • Oohira Asagi, with light green
    • Nakayama Kiita, excellent fineness
    • Shoubudani Asagi, probably my personal favourite



    And these Nagura, or rubbing stones

    • Two large medium fine stones (brwon-red and light asagi)
    • Uchigomori Suita (on top of the bigger light asagi)
    • Tsushima Nagura, the black square one (medium-fine)
    • Asano Mejiro Nagura, quite fine
    • Two Tomonagura, the black chip and the blue greenish one



    Also attached: the bevel after 1m lapping film and 100 laps on the Ozuku. The overall polish is still very good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lesslemming View Post
    I have posted these before but I will probably not get tired of sharing these pictures
    Great pics... I see the pics have #'s on the stones.... is there a key chart so we can know what all of them are ?

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