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Anabiki Noko

Anabiki Noko - for rough work

The Anabiki-Noko, or Anahiki-noko is a saw for big jobs: to cross-cut large beams or to cut firewood. The heavily-set, wedge-shaped teeth (Ibarame-teeth) make this Anabiki well suited to diagonal cuts as well as cross cuts.

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Photo above: 2 historic Anahiki-noko in the Takenaka Carpentry Museum in Kobe.

The company Shirai-Sangyo is a living part of the tradition of saw manufacturers in the city of Sanjo, where the first recorded sawsmith set up shop in 1673. The firm itself was founded in 1924 and remains today a traditional family-run operation. We are very happy to be able to offer such a useful saw at an excellent price.

Anabiki Noko

Anabiki Noko
Blade in high-carbon steel with a straight cutting edge - designed for cross and diagonal cuts. This form of saw comes originally from the region around Osaka.

Kerf Pitch CodePrice
330 mm 72 mm 0.8 mm 1.4 mm 5 mm (5 TPI) Currently not in stock!
Code 315935Cart Price € 39.00
360 mm 75 mm 0.8 mm 1.4 mm 5 mm (5 TPI)
Code 315936CartPrice € 43.00
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