Hi, I have one very noob question, please don't flame, but if I can get a decent answer anywhere, it's probably here: I read a lot about high maintenance of Japanese carbon knives... I understand to take this very seriously. But I've fallen "in love" with the Konosuke Fujiyama Blue #2 Gyuto, which is a rather expensive carbon knife... So, what I want to know is this: if I maintain it properly, keep it dry, wipe it well each time after (and also frequently during) use etc. and keep it stashed away from moist properly, will it keep its beauty, or will it slowly over time nevertheless develop patina, which will not be possible to remove? ...I've only ever had stainless knives, so I know this is a very noob question, but would appreciate advise here. Do any of you have any photos of your carbon knives after several years of use, but with good (or bad?) maintenance? ...some photos would be fantastic! Cheers!