Japanese Keyhole Saw

5 reviews
Regular price $ 10.39 Sale

Made in Japan

  • Long narrow blade 
  • 150 mm long cutting edge
  • 1/16" thin kerf
  • Crosscut Teeth: 15 TPI
  • Hardwood handle
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Steve S.
United States

Keyhole saw

Very sharp it’s small enough to get into tight places worked perfect for me. Used to prune my roses.

Nicholas U.
United States United States

Great Keyhole Saw

Great working and looking Keyhole Saw.

Steven W.
United States United States

Good Fret saw

Good hand saw for tight spaces, teeth small enuf to cut smoothly

John S.
United States United States

Japanese saws

Japanese saws are the best. They cut almost without effort because of the cut on the draw rather than the extension. The muscles used to cut this way are much stronger.

Leonard P.
United States

Japanese scroll saw

Excellent saw. Excellent price. Excellent service.

  •  A special versatile Japanese keyhole pull-saw. Originally designed for Bonsai, this saw is actually great for a number of small sawing tasks including fine detail work & thin materials. The narrow blade enables the saw to reach into tight awkward places where ordinary saws cannot get to. It's also great for cutting curves in wood, or if you need to create a tight circle radius cut. Very popular item with our customers.   Made in Japan.

    About Japanese Pull Saws

         Japanese saws cut on the pull stroke. Their teeth are very precise & are angled towards the handle; this allows you to cut with great efficiency & control, resulting in precise straight cuts. Another benefit with cutting on the pull-stroke is that you are able to follow your cutting line, giving you accurate & smoother cuts. The blades on Japanese saws are generally constructed of a thinner steel which produces a finer kerf (space left by the blade). Another major benefit by cutting on the pull-stroke is that less force & effort is required when sawing, leaving you not as fatigued when working. Western saws (push saws) on the other hand, typically have teeth that cut on the push stroke. By cutting on a push stroke, the wood will splinter & chip away from you (which is desired in certain circumstances). Western saws typically have thicker blades to keep from bending out when pushing through the cut; they also generally create a larger kerf than Japanese saws. Many Japanese Saws also have blades that disassemble from the handle, making storage easy for a small bag or toolbox. Also, one can get replaceable blades for their Japanese saws when needed.

       Hardwick & Sons is pleased to offer quality tools from Japan for the many people who desire special & well-crafted tools. The wide variety of Japanese products that we offer come from the many craftsmen & toolmakers in Japan who have a special dedication to their skillful craft & art of toolmaking.


  • Product Crosscut TPI Blade kerf Blade Depth (Near Tip) Blade Length Overall Saw Length Model #
    Japanese Keyhole Saw 15
    1/16"   (1.58 mm) 3/16"   (4.76 mm) 5-7/8"   (150 mm) 12"




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