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BRISBANE Sharpening round


Our very first Brisbane sharpening round is coming up on next Saturday 28th July pick up and Wednesday 1st August delivery.
If you work/ live in Brisbane city or near M1 exits between city to Gold Coast and struggling with blunt knives, please contact us to book in for Masaaki’s visits.
All knives are hand sharpened and polished using Japanese whetstones.
Please check our website’s sharpening service page for prices etc.
Look forward to meeting you soon!!
Photo courtesy of Brisbane based photographer Bryan Nielsen @nielsens__photography .

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