Gli utensili che usano i giapponesi per la lavorazione del legno, la descrizione è in inglese:
Tool Names and Use
1) Aoto medium natural stone.
2) 30 mm Hon Tataki Nomi - A striking
chisel intended for carpentry work.
3) 70 mm Kanna-ba - plane blade.
- marking gauge with two rods.
5) Yokote Kogatana - handled knife used
for general carving and cutting.
6) Two 60 mm Kanna-ba of the same make.
7) 60 mm Kanna-ba with the same name as the previous two but with
differing placement of maker's marks. 8) 65 mm Kanna-ba.
9) The Dai for a
Sotomaru Kanna - a plane for concave molded surfaces.
10) The dai for
an Uchimaru Kanna - a plane for convex surfaces such as railings.
mm Shakuri Kanna - plow plane typically used for making the grooved
tracks for shoji and other sliding panels.
12) 25 mm Wakitori Kanna-dai -
plane for shaving the sides of grooves.
13) Wakitori Kanna-ba
- blades for the Wakitori Kanna.
14) 15 mm Shakuri Kanna.
15) 60 mm Hira
Kanna - plane with a blade of the same make as the two above.
16) 65 mm
17) Bouzu-men Kakushu Mentori Kanna* - quarter round
18) 9 mm Inro Mentori Kanna - this is the male half of
a set of planes for making interlocking tongue and grooves, usually
between windowsills or doorsills and shutters or storm doors.
Questa terminologia e descrizione
The above terminology and descriptions are largely based on the
following two sources. The names for Japanese woodworking tools
sometimes vary by region. Where the names differ I have marked them with and defaulted to the Takenaka Museum terminology.
Take Naka Museum website -
Toshio Odate's Japanese Woodworking Tools,
available at http://twopines.net/Two_Pines_Trading_Co./books.html