The Tanaka is that - a great value. I don't have the Gyuto, but I do have a couple kurouchi debas and the forge performs well. They're not crazy hard which I find beneficial as they are really durable. Like I said, I don't have a double bevel, but my chisel grinds easily gets as sharp as you can make them, and endures the rigors of fish bones very well. They are low price point knives so the grinds and F&F are commensurate, but overall well worth the cost. Some body shop sand paper will clean up the spine & choil, and if you want to rehandle later on... so be it. The handles are really bare bones. I am NOT one that likes bling handles, but these just have a really "plastic" feeling to them; something about the lacquer.
The Moritakas are still quite rustic, but nothing like Tanakas. I own Mori AS, and it is really hard @Hrc65. It requires respect due to such, but takes a sick frigin edge... I mean sick.
Their aoniko, I don't own, but I know from those who do it is what you expect from a Moritaka... a consistent reliable well performing knife. The Mori's will have MUCH nicer handles. Their rosewood is honestly one of my favorite OEM handles.
For you, I'd suggest either blue 2... whichever price point fits you. You get what you pay for in this scenario.