SUIZAN Japanese Ryoba Pull Saw 7 Inch Double Edge Hand Saw for Woodworking

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JAPANESE STYLE PULL SAW: This product is a “Pull Saw.” Most people are used to European saws, called “push saws,” which cuts through a pushing motion. On the other hand, Japanese saws cut materials via pulling and are called “pull saws.” In comparison to “push saws,” this Japanese product is lighter in weight, requires less power, and results in a cleaner edge. JAPANESE STEEL: All SUIZAN Japanese saws consist of top quality Japanese steel. The high-quality steel makes razor sharp cuts. MADE IN JAPAN: All SUIZAN products are manufactured in Japan by Japanese master craftsmen. The whole process of making these tools are completed in one of Japan’s towns known for its craft-making tradition with a history of over 100 years. DIVERSIFY YOUR WOODWORKING LIFE: No matter if you are a master or a beginner, using traditional Japanese-style saws gives you a brand new experience and lets you make a wider range of woodworking products, thus changing your life!
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Item Weight

‎6.4 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎15.75 x 2.76 x 0.79 inches

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‎Japanese ryoba saw

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Blade Length

‎7 Inches

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Batteries Required?






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Best Sellers Rank

#7,686 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #10 in Handsaws

Date First Available

September 18, 2018

10 reviews for SUIZAN Japanese Ryoba Pull Saw 7 Inch Double Edge Hand Saw for Woodworking

  1. BitTrippn

    I never knew what I was missing in a saw until using this one. If you don’t own a Japanese pull saw and are on the fence, just get one. I’ve only ever owned this one so I can’t compare it to others but I was shocked at how quickly and cleanly this saw made it through even a hard wood.It has 2 sides, a fine tooth and a more rough tooth side. I found it best to start cuts with the finer teeth and swap over to the rougher cut to really move some material.I will probably never use a western style push saw again in my shop. The pull saw is a better way to go for sure. Having to push teeth through wood with a thin blade just doesn’t seem smart, this saw does all the work for you.

  2. Andreas Wieberneit

    This saw works perfectly for many woodworking tasks. It has two different edges – one that is better for crosscuts and to start cuts, and one that is more efficient for rip cuts. The size is perfect for woodworking – small enough to be used in confined areas, but big enough to be efficient for bigger tasks, like cutting a sheet of plywood to a curved edge (at least for plywood up to 6mm, I haven’t used it for thicker sheets). The blade bends nicely when making curved cuts.


    This is the first Japanese saw I have ever owned, but it will not be the last. I could not believe how well it performs, rip or crosscut, as I have the double edge, it is flawless. It wades through every cut like no saw I’ve ever used. I needed to rip a piece about 24 inches and because of the lateness of the hour, I didn’t want to disturb family or neighbors with my table saw so I grabbed one of my conventional saws and ripped the piece. The saw would stick and hang occasionally, And it drifted a bit away from my cut line but it was on the waste side. I had not used my Ryoba as of yet and decided to give it the same job, but it is a rather small saw so I was skeptical. In less than a minute it had changed my mind, no sticking, no hanging, no drift, it cut straight and true and did it in less time than the conventional. Very clean cutting. I am probably going to have to replace the blade before long because I reach for it now for every job, though I really don’t know what kind of mileage these saws get, If anyone knows I would appreciate the info. My daughter asked me what I want for Christmas, the Kataba 10 inch crosscut and the Dozuki 9 1/2 inch dovetail was my response, can’t wait till I can try them out, let you know how they perform.

  4. PattPatt

    I had to make some awkward angles on railing pieces and did the initial cuts easily using this pull blade. I clamped a spare block of wood to the top of my good piece to use as a guide and it worked perfectly. But what really blew me away was when I had to trim off a small piece to get a better fit. The cut-off is leaning up next to the clamp in the second picture. The lighter the pressure I used, the easier it was. I used the fine-toothed side of the blade for the entire thin cut and also for starting most cuts but the wider teeth really power through. Beautiful quality, thin blade.

  5. Scott BScott B

    When i took this saw out of the box, I thought “it is so lightweight, this can’t cut anything”…ooooh I was wrong. I have a wood fence around my property, and one board was broken. I needed to cut the other side in order to put on a new board. The instructions said to pull, not push. I used the rip cut side. and it flowed through that board like butter. Amazing how easy it cut. Then the next job, my circular saw was cutting the replacement board, but the board was too wide, the circular saw turned a bit sideways, and I didn’t have a clean cut. This time I used the cross cut side, and it was like performing surgery on that section, cleaned it right up and I had a perfect board again. Can’t wait to find another use for it!

  6. Colleen

    I can’t be happier with this saw. Everything from the quality, to the sharpness, to its flexibility is perfect. I am replacing bungs on the teak deck of my sailboat. I’ve already done about 75 and I have another 75 to go. This saw makes it very easy to make a flush cut requiring very little sanding to finish it off. I highly recommend it!

  7. Thaddeus

    I’ve been experimenting with Japanese woodworking for a couple of years now. I am not an expert, but I have used a number of different saws from a number of different manufacturers. Thus far, none have disappointed and this is no exception.There is a difference between the various saws; as a general rule, the smaller the blade, the finer the kerf. So, if you have the 9 1/2″ ryoba from Suizan and you need something similar but for finer work or smaller stock, this is what you want.The kerf isn’t as fine as you’ll get from the dozuki, but it has rip teeth, which is something you won’t find in a Suizan dozuki, and it has functionally unlimited cutting depth if you need to make a particularly long cut for some reason, like cutting long tenons or ripping thin planks off long and think stock.I also like this blade attachment system better than the full-size, as it is completely tool-free. And the plastic handle might put some off, but it works just fine.

  8. Dominic

    Very good for delicate cuts where running it through a table/chop saw is too rough or not possible. One side is meant for clean cuts while the other is for fast, slightly rougher cuts. I will probably get a smaller one for the really fine jobs because this one is just a bit too big for small projects. Also, the handle is surprisingly long… may a bit too long.

  9. Don Dan Don Dan

    I love love this little saw. As a hobbiest you you already know how precise you have to be about certain cuts this is the best pull saw I’ve ever used. It absolutely cuts through wood like butter and precision that you can cut something is remarkable it has a double edge design one for precise slow cuts and one for grip and rip that’s my favorite. One thing is you’re gonna need practice at least I needed practice. The blade is very thin but it’s extremely durable trust me I’ve gotten this well passed a 90 “on accident “ and it bounces right back this particular model does have a replacement. blade that you can buy separate it’s just one small nut that’s already finger tight to put a new blade in take about 10 seconds. I’ll be buying the replacement blade when Time comes

  10. arcorob

    So many of you who have ever bought a miter box on amazon like the box but if it came with a saw, you feel like you wasted your money. The same goes for me. Instead of online I bought one of the popular on here Stanley miter box with saw. Oh man, no lie, the saw is like trying to cut wood with a butter knife. But I head read about these fine cut Japanese saws with great reviews. So I ordered one and it is night and day.I am currently cutting 1/4″ thick boards for a set of speakers stands I am making (facia for the main stands). With the PROVIDED saw, was taking from 20 or more seconds to cut through a board (which is actually quite thin). Enter this Japanese saw and wham…3 to 5 seconds and cut. I made short work of the project. My only mistake (so you dont have to) is get the 9″ not the 7″. The 7″ works but just barely so I have to watch I dont make too long a stroke and pop out of the guide in the miter box. 9″ would be perfect, You wont regret this purchase and you dont have to use it in a miter box. Love that its two sided with a rough cut side and fine cut side

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