Wazakura Bonsai Double Edge Jin Knife 8.2 inch (210 mm)
Carve effortlessly at any angle.
Its circular shape allows for exceptional maneuverability and adaptability, enabling you to carve from any angle with ease!
Size: L 8.2 x W 0.4 x H 0.3 inch (210 mm x 12 mm x 10 mm)
Blade Length: 3 inch (79 mm)
Outer Blade Width: 0.3 inch (9 mm)
Inner Blade Width: 0.2 inch (7 mm)
Weight: 1.4 oz (41 g)
Material: Stainless Steel (Blade), Steel (Handle)
Origin: Made in Japan (Sanjo, Niigata prefecture)
【Genuine Tool Made In Japan】
These authentic Japanese bonsai tools are meticulously handforged by the third generation of artisans hailing from Sanjo, a city renowned for its metalworking expertise and blacksmithing heritage since the 17th century. Situated in Niigata Prefecture, these artisans bring their time-honored skills to create these exceptional bonsai tools.
【Jin/Shari Tool, Deadwood Scraper】
Our Jin/Shari Tool, Deadwood Scraper, is expertly designed to help you create stunningly natural-looking Jin and Shari on your bonsai trees. With its precise cutting edge and ergonomic grip, you can effortlessly sculpt your bonsai into breathtaking masterpieces. Multi-purpose wood carving: Beyond bonsai, this versatile tool doubles as an exceptional wood carving instrument for various projects.
【Double Edge Blade, Circular Shape】
Experience the unmatched sharpness and durability of our Double Edge Blade, Circular Shape. This finely crafted blade boasts razor-sharp edges on both sides, ensuring smooth and precise cuts every time, making it the ultimate tool for your wood carving endeavors.
【How to Use】
Simply pull the edge of the blade across the bark to rapidly peel it off. This gives more control, it is safer than using traditional Western style chisels and put less stress on the roots of the tree since you do not need to hammer.
Bonsai Tool Basics: Jin & Shari Carving Tools
In this Bonsai Tool Basics episode, our collaborator Yusuke Ogawa explains different types of jin knives and shari carving tools for your bonsai tree. Because once you have mastered how to keep the tree alive, creating beautiful deadwood carvings is the logical next step in your bonsai journey. So do not be scared of this bonsai styling technique and learn today what tools you need to start right away with that bonsai woodwork!
WAZAKURA JAPAN TOOLS USED IN THIS VIDEO
・2-in-1 Jin Knife and Sickle for shohin bonsai
・Curved Jin Chisel
・Spear Shaped Jin Chisel
・Triangle Double Edge Jin Knife
・Double Edge Jin Knife
This knife offered better control for creating a Jin than the straight edged knife I’ve been using. Very pleased with this purchase.