Really good quality Cooks Knifes

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    Hi guys

    Just wondering what people consider to be the best Cooks knifes you can get?

    I've been to a couple of shops and a lot of people are saying that you can't go past the Japanese Knifes... Specifically Kikuichi. The one I have had 3 different places try and sell me is the Kikuichi Gold Elite Damascus Gyuto 210mm - http://www.chefknivestogo.com/kigoelsugy21.html

    So what do people think? Is this a good knife? For the money is there better out there?

    Cheers Anthony

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