Japanese Pull Saw

These are one of the best inventions of all time in the woodworking department!

SUIZAN Japanese Pull Saw Hand Saw 9.5 Inch Ryoba Double Edge

I have had one for years, and it comes in handy for so many tasks that I would otherwise be scratching my head, trying to figure out how to accomplish. I was tiling my kitchen, this worked perfectly to trim the door frames. In fact this is perfect for any job where you don’t have a lot of room to maneuver in! I have even seen them used by luthiers to get to those impossible spots on instruments when doing repairs.

There are an infinite amount of uses. It is another one of those tools that I never thought I needed until I bought one. Now I can’t see how I got through life without it!

Here are the details:

  • JAPANESE STYLE PULL SAW: This product is a “Pull Saw.” What most people are used to are European saws, which cut materials via pushing, thus are called “push saws.” On the other hand, Japanese saws cut materials via pulling and thus are called “pull saws,” which is what this product is. In comparison to “push saws,” “pull saws” are lighter in weight, requires less power, and the resulting edge is cleaner.
  • JAPANESE STEEL: All SUIZAN Japanese saws are consisted of top quality japanese steel. It uses high quality Japanese steel, which makes cuts to be sharp.
  • MADE IN JAPAN: All SUIZAN products are manufactured in Japan by Japanese master craftsmen.With a history of over 100 years in making japanese hand tools, all of the process gone into making tools were completed in one of Japan’s towns known for their craft making tradition: Sanjō in Niigata
  • DIVERSIFY YOUR WOODWORKING LIFE: No matter you are a master or a beginner in using saws, it gives you brand new experience from using traditional Japanese style saws and enables you to make a wider variety of woodworking products, thus change your life!

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