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Dozuki Saw - Extra Fine (210mm)
Dozuki Saw - Extra Fine (210mm)
Dozuki Saw - Extra Fine (210mm)
R 1,270

Dozuki Saw - Extra Fine (210mm)



Only 3 left in stock

The NAKAYA Dozuki Saw is a woodworking / carpentry saw with a very thin 0.2mm blade for precision work. The spine of the blade has a stiffening rib which enhances the precision cutting ability. This gives the blade a maximum depth of cut of up to 40mm. The blade is made from Swedish Steel with 36 teeth per 30mm that are impulse hardened for longer use.

The blade is replaceable and the saw comes with a wooden handle, wrapped in rattan. It is ideal as a cross-cut saw for fine work on furniture, instruments and box making.

The saw is supplied by KAKURI, but please note that the mechanism to attach the blade to the handle is different from KAKURI saws.


NAKAYA Saw Machinery Works Co. Ltd was established in Sanjo, Niigata Prefecture in 1967, and has a history in making saws that stretches back to 1907 and the first generation Jintaro Nakaya. The company prides itself as an expert manufacturer of "cutting things" in particular replaceable blade type saws, saw sharpening machines and blade grinders.

KAKURI Corporation is a company based in Sanjo, Niigata Prefecture. It was established in 1946 and its philosophy is to promote "a rich life through tools." This philosophy is based on the understanding that making things is a rewarding and enriching experience, and KAKURI therefore produces high quality tools that can enable a creative manufacturing process. It aims to create harmony between people, skills and tools and produces a wide range of hand tools for people who enjoy DIY.

KAKURI is a member of SMITH SANJO JAPAN, a group of craftsmen in Sanjo with an enterprising and innovative spirit, who have inherited the traditions and heritage from their predecessors. Since Sanjo is known as a district where high quality blades, metal products and hand tools are produced, SMITH members aim to promote the skills handed down by craftsmen over generations.