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Vintage Nakaya Nidanba Nokogiri Saw
Vintage Nakaya Nidanba Nokogiri Saw
Vintage Nakaya Nidanba Nokogiri Saw
Vintage Nakaya Nidanba Nokogiri Saw
Vintage Nakaya Nidanba Nokogiri Saw
Vintage Nakaya Nidanba Nokogiri Saw
Vintage Nakaya Nidanba Nokogiri Saw
Vintage Nakaya Nidanba Nokogiri Saw
Vintage Nakaya Nidanba Nokogiri Saw
Vintage Nakaya Nidanba Nokogiri Saw
Vintage Nakaya Nidanba Nokogiri Saw
Vintage Nakaya Nidanba Nokogiri Saw
Vintage Nakaya Nidanba Nokogiri Saw
$670

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Morihei Vintage NOS | Nakaya Nidanba Nokogiri (Saw) - 240 or 270mm

Something very special from Morihei Japan, 2 hand-made vintage nokogiri. These saws are at least 60 years old, likely to be 80 or more. When Morihei president Oguro San started at Morihei in the 1960's, these saws were already there, and already quite old.

 

Whatever the exact age, they represent hand-tools made of a different era, completely hand-made to a level we rarely see this day. Just 1 of each size is available (pictured herein). 

  • Morihei Vintage Pull-Saw (Nokogiri)
  • 2 Saws Available:
    • Vintage Nakaya Nidanba Saw 270mm
    • Vintage Go Nidanba Saw 240mm
  • Blade Length: 345mm  |  310mm
  • Blade Edge Length: 280mm | 241mm
  • Overall Length: 675mm  |  640mm
  • High Carbon Steel Blade - Unspecified
  • Hand-Crafted in Japan
  • Vintage Item - Signs of Age Present
    • Photo's of actual items, please review for full condition.

 

Japanese Woodworking Tools, Whetstones & Kitchen Knives Australia 

Japanese Woodworking Tools | Nokogiri (Pullsaw)

Nokogiri is the Japanese version of a hand saw. It differs to western saws in 2 main areas: the teeth configuration means the cutting action takes place on the pull-stroke (as opposed to western saws that cut on the push), this yields a very accurate method of cutting. They are also much thinner overall, hence the nicknames "Pullsaw" and "Razor Saw".
Nokogiri are available in a handful of different styles, designed for specialist applications. The main types used are: Kataba Saw (general purpose single sided saw), Ryoba Saw (doubled sided rip and crosscut saw), Dozuki Saw (very thin and precise, used for fine joinery like tenon and dovetail joints) and the Kugihiki Saw (flush-cut saw). For more information you can check-out this page

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