Konosuke uses 4-5 different blacksmiths. The Fujiyama shop is different than the guy that does the Ginsan and Blue #2 Honiyakis. They want to keep their identities a secret for competitive reasons.
I'm always reluctant to sell a knife to people when they start talking about impeccable F&F. Konosukes have good fit and finish. I've never met a knife that has impeccable fit and finish so I want to encourage you to lower your expectations. We have a service where you can pick the knife from photos and if you decide you want something I encourage you to purchase it and then I'll send you photos so you can choose yourself. http://www.chefknivestogo.com/kncose.html
None of the ones I just got were the Ginsans. Most of them were HH stainless and a few HDs and a few odds and ends.
I like the Ginsans but I'm a sucker for good stainless. Nothing wrong with the Blue #2s. They're gorgeous knives but have different steel, different geometry and different grinds.