Japanese Osahiki Noko Flush Cutting Saw

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Regular price $ 13.99 Sale

Made in Japan

  • Flexible blade 
  • No set teeth
  • Crosscut Teeth: 19 TPI
  • Great for flush cutting
  • Brass riveted in a Beechwood handle
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Edward D.
United States United States

Great customer service

Excellent experience and look foreword to keeping the catalog close to my workbench.

James A.
United States United States

Saw Review

Very nice and the description on the website was right on!

Roddy M.
United States United States

Very Sharp

Delightful saw for flush cuts

  •  A small flexible Japanese pull-saw that's great for flush cutting, trim work, & cutting dowels & pegs. The blade has 19 TPI which makes for smooth cuts on your material. It's excellent for fine work & delicate materials such as Balsa Wood, trim materials, etc. The teeth on this saw have no set which enables the blade to cut right at the surface without marring the material. Not only is the saw great for the professional wood carpenter, but it's great for the hobbyist as well. A great saw for model making & other detail projects. Brass riveted blade in a Beechwood handle. A very handy little flexible saw.   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 Thickness Blade Depth Blade Length Overall Saw Length Model #
    Japanese Osahiki Noko Flush Cutting Saw  19 .024"   (0.60 mm) .024"   (0.60 mm) 1-5/16"   (33 mm) 6"   (152 mm) 12-1/4"




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