Japanese toolmaking is marked by an unusual elegance and commitment to craft. Unlike their European
and American counterparts, Japanese toolmakers are typically small, family run shops. Generally
Japanese tools are forged by hand, or almost by hand, in small productions, and come in a wide range of
sizes and styles.
|Japanese Laminated Steel Square Hammers|
"As you can see in the descriptions of the many hooped Japanese bench chisels listed above, hooped chisels are designed to be hit with a steel hammer. We sell 4 different weights of hammer. All the hammers are flat on one side and slightly crowned or rounded ...more info
|Japanese Laminated Knives|
Marking knives are used to lay out your work. A knife mark is precise and clearly defines where a cut should be. These marking knives are both elegant and functional. They are hollow ground, so they are easy to sharpen, and they hug the guide. We carry two ...more info