Japanese Saws Vs. Western Saws | Which Is better for Hand Tool Woodworking

Japanese Saws Vs. Western Saws I am often asked why I use Western saws and not Japanese saws. and the honest answer is I prefer to get decent at using one before learning the other. now the time has come to take on the Japanese saw. I found these that are high quality but at a fraction of the price really well made. so here are some of the differences and comparisons so you can choose which is right for you. In this Review, I look at Japanese woodworking hand tools. what is different in the grip, blade, and teeth.

—Japanese Saws—
6 inch Dozuki (Dovetail) – http://amzn.to/2vmmxOl
9-1/2″ Ryoba ( Double Edge ) – http://amzn.to/2fviv0x
7 inch Flush Cut – http://amzn.to/2vq1Uzp
Other Japanese saws I like – http://bit.ly/suizan_japanese_tools

—Tools I Use—
http://www.woodbywright.com/tool-suggestions/

—Book I am Listening to in the video—
The Dragon Reborn (7 out of 10) – http://amzn.to/2tmOS33
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