Double sided Aogami carpenter's saw, with finer teeth on one side for cross cutting, and bigger teeth on the other for ripping. Like all Japanese saws, the cutting is all done on the pull. The teeth get progressively smaller, and the pitch finer, nearer the handle, for starting off cuts. Traditional handle wrapped in bamboo. Once you've tried Japanese saws for woodworking, you'll never look back.
Mitsukawa san makes these in his workshops in Miki city - each saw is machine cut, ground, polished and sharpened before being individually hand finished.
- Aogami Blue Paper steel
- Graded teeth
- Rattan wrapped Magnolia handle.
Niwaki Tip: Treat your saws carefully - the teeth will chip if you chuck them about.
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