Set the romance aside, Japanese tools are made for working wood. But hang on, what’s with all these different hammers? The Japanese take their hammers very seriously so there is a hammer for every task. If you are into hand tool woodworking, then check out this Artisan Set of two Maru Genno Japanese hammers.
Working with hand tools is one of the great pleasures of woodworking. And using Japanese tools takes this experience to the next level. If you are purchasing your first Japanese tools, why not start with a pair of hammers? These Maru Genno hammers are a versatile and suitable for a broad range of tasks.
About Japanese Hammers
Japanese hammers are different to Western hammers - not a claw in sight! This does not mean that are either superior or inferior, after all, they virtually do the same job. They are simply the Japanese approach, built upon hundreds of years of tool making tradition.
Artisan Set of Two Maru Genno Hammers
Your two-piece set includes:
Learn more about the individual hammers by using the SKU number and visiting each page on the Timbecon website.
Please note, these hammers are supplied separately, not in a single box.
Why this set of two Maru Genno Hammers
Well basically. You have a light hammer and a heavy hammer. Between these two you have a broad range of applications to suit a very broad range of woodworking tasks from adjusting a plane, to whacking a chisel to driving a nail. Purchase additional hammers separately once you have found your groove.
About Maru Genno Hammers
The Maru Genno hammers have a rounded steel head with both a flat and domed face. The handles are made from beautiful White Oak. These hammers come in three different weights - this means there is a hammer for a range of applications. Whether it is striking a chisel, a nail or adjusting a plane, these hammers have the weight for the task.
Made in Japan
These Japanese Hammers are a high-quality product, 100% made in Japan.