Top 10 Japanese Saw For Hardwood

A quote to ponder:

“There is a pleasure in the pathless woods,
There is a rapture on the lonely shore,
There is society, where none intrudes,
By the deep sea, and music in its roar:
I love not man the less, but Nature more”
― Lord Byron

10 Best Japanese Saw For Hardwood

1
Gyokucho 1058 Hardwood Razor ( Razor Saw)
Product Highlights:
  • it is easy to cut off also a major material.
  • the cut-off corresponds to a wide range of material or general wood to glulam,square timber.
  • it is a good point to be able to process more speedily.
2
Ryoba 912inch Double Edge ( Woodworker 1.7mm Teeth Pitch)
Product Highlights:
  • impulse hardened teeth for extended wear
  • 9.4 inch blade with 1.7mm teeth pitch
  • accurately cuts a wide variety of joints
3
SUIZAN Japanese Pull Saw ( Edge For Woodworking)
Product Highlights:
  • 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.
  • high quality japanese steel:0.0047 inch blade and best handling size for highly precision work / consisted of top quality japanese steel.
  • 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
4
Gyokucho Razorsaw 912 Double ( (Ryoba) For Hardwoods)
Product Highlights:
  • blade length of 9-1/2˝ and an overall length of 23˝
  • cross-cut: 22 tpi and rip: 9 tpi
  • blade is thinner (.018˝)
5
SUIZAN Japanese Flush Cut ( Hardwood And Softwood)
Product Highlights:
  • 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.
  • blade for hardwood and softwood: you can easily cut oak, sandalwood, ebony, mahogany, maple, walnut and pine by robust blade for hardwood. the blade for softwood can be used for white cedar, japanese cedar, larch, paulownia wood and so on.
6
Gyokucho Razorsaw Flush Cutting ( 125mm With Wood Handle)
Product Highlights:
  • blade size of 5" x 1-1/4˝ and an overall length of 10-1/2˝
  • on one edge, there are 32 cross-cut teeth per inch for hardwoods and on the other edge, 21 cross-cut teeth per inch for softwoods
  • the thin and flexible (0.0012˝) blade is designed for very clean flush cuts as well as very fine cuts in narrow material
7
SUIZAN Japanese Hand Saw ( Pull Saw For Woodworking)
Product Highlights:
  • japanese style pull saw. easiness: 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.
  • diversify your woodworking life: no matter you are a master or a beginner in using saws, it gives you brand new experience from using tranditional western style saws, and enables you to make more varified woodworkings products and thus change your life!
8
SUIZAN Japanese Ryoba Pull ( Hand Saw For Woodworking)
Product Highlights:
  • japanese style pull saw. easiness: 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.
  • diversify your woodworking life: no matter you are a master or a beginner in using saws, it gives you brand new experience from using tranditional western style saws, and enables you to make more varified woodworkings products and thus change your life!
9
SUIZAN Japanese Folding Ryoba ( Hand Saw For Woodworking)
Product Highlights:
  • 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.
  • diversify your woodworking life: no matter you are a master or a beginner in using saws, it gives you brand new experience from using tranditional western style saws, and enables you to make more varified woodworkings products and thus change your life!
10
SUIZAN Japanese Hand Saw ( Blade Pull Saw For Woodworking)
Product Highlights:
  • 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:0.0031 inch the thinnest saw blade in the world for highly precision work / consisted of top quality japanese steel
  • satisfaction guarantee: you satisfaction is our guarantee. we are so confident that you will love your traditional japanese saw that if you don't feel the same way we do, you can contact our customer support team within 30 days of purchase and request a return, we will refund you the total amount paid for the saw. if you received a saw with any imperfections, you can also contact our support team and we will issue a return and send you a brand new one in the mail.

You might also be interested in the following guides :

Further Reading

Pete Evans

Pete Evans is an IT technician by day who enjoys reading, writing, vandalizing kitchen counter and badminton. He is smart and energetic, but can also be very lazy (especially around mornings) and a bit standoffish. He is obsessed with over-knee socks. Physically, Pete is in pretty good shape. He is average-height with bronze skin, mouse hair and green eyes. Unusually, he has a prosthetic arm; a lion ate his. You can reach him via email at pete@wraws.com