Japanese saw

Makes it easier to saw – suitable for persons with impaired strength and balance

Japanese saw
Japanese saw

A Japanese capentry saw works when pulled. You don’t have to press down against the wood you are sawing; it saws effectively and easily because of the way the teeth are designed.

Users comments
The user, a former crafts teacher, loves his Japanese saw. It is very easy to handle and effective, it does not bend and does not get stuck in the wood. The user does not need to use much strength. It works when pulled toward the body, so it is much easier for the user to maintain balance than with a western saw.

Purchased from
Nakaya, www.nakaya.se/english-info-i-58.aspx (last checked May 2017)

Paid for by
The user

This tip is from 2009

User holds saw
User holds saw

Tipsare: Tomas

Tomas lives in an apartment together with his partner. He works part time as a photographer. He was injured in 1983 and has a low tetraplegia. He has home help one hour a day.