Finally, we have got three types of Yoshikane Wagyuto Tamamoku 240mm V2, VG10, and White II steel Blade knife.
It has taken for over 6 months.
After earthquakes and Tsunami disaster in Tohoku, Japan, many blacksmiths has been close their business.
Japanese fisherman use Makiri knife often during fishing and fillet fish.
Those Makiri knives had been made those closed business blacksmiths, so there are lots of demand, but not enough supply, and Yoshikane was asked to make thousands of Makiri knives for fishermen, and they accepted to make them, so they had been so busy, and no time to make their own orders last several months.
I have heard that they are O.K. now what they are back in their business, and they can make own orders.