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Morihei Atsude Vintage Nomi Chisel Japan -Japanese Woodworking Tools Australia
Morihei Atsude Vintage Nomi Chisel Japan -Japanese Woodworking Tools Australia
Morihei Atsude Vintage Nomi Chisel Japan -Japanese Woodworking Tools Australia
Morihei Atsude Vintage Nomi Chisel Japan -Japanese Woodworking Tools Australia
Morihei Atsude Vintage Nomi Chisel Japan -Japanese Woodworking Tools Australia
Morihei Atsude Vintage Nomi Chisel Japan -Japanese Woodworking Tools Australia
Morihei Atsude Vintage Nomi Chisel Japan -Japanese Woodworking Tools Australia
Morihei Atsude Vintage Nomi Chisel Japan -Japanese Woodworking Tools Australia
Morihei Atsude Vintage Nomi Chisel Japan -Japanese Woodworking Tools Australia
Morihei Atsude Vintage Nomi Chisel Japan -Japanese Woodworking Tools Australia
Morihei Atsude Vintage Nomi Chisel Japan -Japanese Woodworking Tools Australia
Morihei Atsude Vintage Nomi Chisel Japan -Japanese Woodworking Tools Australia
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Morihei Atsude Vintage Nomi | Single Japanese Chisel (Shirogami Steel)

These new old stock, vintage chisels are available in very limited supply. Crafted from shirogami white steel and red oak, these are very large when compared to many other Japanese chisels. "Atsude" translates to "thick" from Japanese and these chisels certainly live up to their name. It would easily cost double this amount to have chisels of this size and quality made today, outstanding value for money.

  • 1 (One) Vintage Atsude Nomi (Chisel)
  • Hand Forged Shirogami White Steel
  • Red Oak Chisel Handle
  • Chisel Sizes Available:
    • 12mm, 18mm or 48mm Chisels
  • Overall Length: 296 (+/- 2mm)
  • Crafted in Japan
  • New Old Stock (Vintage) 

 

Japanese Woodworking Tools, Whetstones & Chef Knives Australia


Japanese Woodworking Tools | Nomi (Chisel)

One of the most iconic Japanese woodworking tools, the Nomi (chisel) is a prime example of Japan's expertise in metallurgy & masterful forging technique. Crafted with a very hard steel cutting edge and soft steel body, Japanese chisels retain a sharper edge than many western chisel counterparts, but remain easy to sharpen. It is recommended you sharpen Japanese chisels at low heat, using whetstones instead of (dry) grinding machinery.  

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