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  1. Japanese Workbench

    Japanese Workbench

    £10.00

    Workbench/ Bench hook. An aid to safely carve plywood blocks or lino. Hook over edge of table or bench and place surface to be carved in corner as displayed. Please note workbench does not include plywood block. Learn More
  2. Japanese Plywood

    Japanese Plywood

    £4.00

    Japanese Shina Plywood, even grained and relatively featureless and easy to carve in any direction, perfect for traditional mokuhanga printing. 6mm thick, width 110mm length 160mm. Larger sizes coming soon. Learn More
  3. Aisuki 4.5mm (Chisel Shape)

    Aisuki 4.5mm (Chisel Shape)

    £29.90

    The Aisuki is a clearing tool used for clearing waste from the hangito tool. It is a small fan bevelled chisel and is designed to be used low to the wood. The handle of the tool is designed to swing open when ferrule is slipped off so that the blade may be removed for sharpening. Learn More
  4. Aisuki 3mm (Chisel Shape)

    Aisuki 3mm (Chisel Shape)

    £26.30

    The Aisuki is a clearing tool used for clearing waste from the hangito tool. It is a small fan bevelled chisel and is designed to be used low to the wood. The handle of the tool is designed to swing open when ferrule is slipped off so that the blade may be removed for sharpening. Learn More
  5. Aisuki 1.5mm (Chisel Shape)

    Aisuki 1.5mm (Chisel Shape)

    £26.30

    The Aisuki is a clearing tool used for clearing waste from the hangito tool. It is a small fan bevelled chisel and is designed to be used low to the wood. The handle of the tool is designed to swing open when ferrule is slipped off so that the blade may be removed for sharpening. Learn More
  6. Aisuki 1mm (Chisel Shape)

    Aisuki 1mm (Chisel Shape)

    £26.30

    The Aisuki is a clearing tool used for clearing waste from the hangito tool. It is a small fan bevelled chisel and is designed to be used low to the wood. The handle of the tool is designed to swing open when ferrule is slipped off so that the blade may be removed for sharpening. Learn More
  7. Komasuki 6mm (U Shape)

    Komasuki 6mm (U Shape)

    £34.50

    The Komasuki is similar to western style “U” gouge tool and comes in a variety of useful sizes. The handle of the tool is designed to swing open when ferrule is slipped off so that the blade may be removed for sharpening. Learn More
  8. Komasuki 3mm (U Shape)

    Komasuki 3mm (U Shape)

    £26.90

    The Komasuki is similar to western style “U” gouge tool and comes in a variety of useful sizes. The handle of the tool is designed to swing open when ferrule is slipped off so that the blade may be removed for sharpening. Learn More
  9. Komasuki 1.5mm (U Shape)

    Komasuki 1.5mm (U Shape)

    £26.30

    The Komasuki is similar to western style “U” gouge tool and comes in a variety of useful sizes. The handle of the tool is designed to swing open when ferrule is slipped off so that the blade may be removed for sharpening. Learn More
  10. Komasuki 1mm (U Shape)

    Komasuki 1mm (U Shape)

    £28.70

    The Komasuki is similar to western style “U” gouge tool and comes in a variety of useful sizes. The handle of the tool is designed to swing open when ferrule is slipped off so that the blade may be removed for sharpening. Learn More
  11. Hangito 3mm (Right Handed)

    Hangito 3mm (Right Handed)

    £26.30

    The Hangi-toh is a cutting knife with a bevelled edge. It is used to outline areas to be kept. This is the most useful tool for the Mokuhanga artist. The tool is designed to be held blade down at roughly 90 degree angle with the flat edge of the blade towards line to be kept and the bevelled edge in the area to be carved away. A small amount of pressure is excised by placing thumb over the end of the handle slightly to the left and blade tilted to the right (if you are right handed) so that you may see the blade running down the line as you work, the blade should be guided with the other hand though care is needed not to apply too much pressure. This is the traditional method of holding the tool and, for this reason right and left handed tools are required. (Please note, left handed tools can be ordered by telephone and will take 4-6 weeks to arrive). The blade may be removed and sharpened by slipping off the ferrule. Learn More
  12. Hangito 1.5mm (Right Handed)

    Hangito 1.5mm (Right Handed)

    £26.30

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    The Hangi-toh is a cutting knife with a bevelled edge. It is used to outline areas to be kept. This is the most useful tool for the Mokuhanga artist. The tool is designed to be held blade down at roughly 90 degree angle with the flat edge of the blade towards line to be kept and the bevelled edge in the area to be carved away. A small amount of pressure is excised by placing thumb over the end of the handle slightly to the left and blade tilted to the right (if you are right handed) so that you may see the blade running down the line as you work, the blade should be guided with the other hand though care is needed not to apply too much pressure. This is the traditional method of holding the tool and, for this reason right and left handed tools are required. (Please note, left handed tools can be ordered by telephone and will take 4-6 weeks to arrive). The blade may be removed and sharpened by slipping off the ferrule. Learn More
  13. Kentonomi

    Kentonomi

    £52.00

    Kentonomi, this chisel is used to cut the traditional Mokuhanga Kento registration mark. This tool is 15mm wide and may be used with a mallet. Learn More
  14. Sankaku-toh 6mm (V Shape)

    Sankaku-toh 6mm (V Shape)

    £45.50

    The Sankaku-toh is similar to western style “V” gouge tool and comes in a variety of useful sizes. The handle of the tool is designed to swing open when ferrule is slipped off so that the blade may be removed for sharpening. Learn More
  15. Sankaku-toh 4.5mm (V Shape)

    Sankaku-toh 4.5mm (V Shape)

    £39.90

    The Sankaku-toh is similar to western style “V” gouge tool and comes in a variety of useful sizes. The handle of the tool is designed to swing open when ferrule is slipped off so that the blade may be removed for sharpening. Learn More
  16. Sankaku-toh 3mm (V Shape)

    Sankaku-toh 3mm (V Shape)

    £35.80

    The Sankaku-toh is similar to western style “V” gouge tool and comes in a variety of useful sizes. The handle of the tool is designed to swing open when ferrule is slipped off so that the blade may be removed for sharpening. Learn More
  17. Sankaku-toh 1.5mm (V Shape)

    Sankaku-toh 1.5mm (V Shape)

    £35.80

    The Sankaku-toh is similar to western style “V” gouge tool and comes in a variety of useful sizes. The handle of the tool is designed to swing open when ferrule is slipped off so that the blade may be removed for sharpening. Learn More
  18. Japanese Classic Tool Set in Vinyl Case

    Japanese Classic Tool Set in Vinyl Case

    £28.00

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    Tool set with vinyl leather style case. Set contains 7pcs, including; 7mm Aisuki (flat), 8mm Hangi-toh (knife), 4mm Aisuki (flat), 6mm Komasuki (U), 3mm Komasuki (U), 4mm Sankatu-toh (V), 10mm Komasuki (U). These are pencil style tools with an imitation wooden handle that is longer when compared to the traditional tools, perfect as an introduction to Mokuhanga printing. Learn More
  19. Japanese Easy Grip Tento Carving Set

    Japanese Easy Grip Tento Carving Set

    £20.00

    Tento easy grip carving set. This set comes in a plastic box and contains 5pcs, including; 7.5mm Hangi-toh (knife), 7.5mm Aisuki (flat), 6mm Komasuki (U), 3mm Komasuki (U), 3mm Sankatu-toh (V). These are pencil style tools with a soft easy grip, non-slip rubber ferrule and plastic handle. The handle is longer when compared to the traditional tools, perfect as an introduction to Mokuhanga printing. Learn More
  20. Japanese Complete Woodblock Set

    Japanese Complete Woodblock Set

    £42.00

    Complete Mokuhanga set for beginners. This set includes; 1x Sosaku inking brush 15mm, 1x Tokibo carrying brush for glue, 5pcs pencil style carving tools in a plastic case including; 7mm Aisuki (flat), 10mm Hangi-toh (knife), 3mm Komasuki (U), 3mm Sankatu-toh (V), 6mm Asamaru (shallow U), 1x plastic inking dish, 1x plastic baren 120mm, 1x shina plywood 160mm x 110mm, 1 x pack of 4 colours of waterbased printing in premixed with glue paste. Learn More
  21. Sosaku Brush 60mm

    Sosaku Brush 60mm

    £14.90

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    Sosaku inking brush for working the pigments and glue paste onto the carved block for printing. These are made from horse hair and are traditionally prepared by splitting and softening the hair on shark-skin or sandpaper before printing. Brushes come in 3 sizes. Learn More
  22. Sosaku Brush 24mm

    Sosaku Brush 24mm

    £11.00

    Sosaku inking brush for working the pigments and glue paste onto the carved block for printing. These are made from horse hair and are traditionally prepared by splitting and softening the hair on shark-skin or sandpaper before printing. Brushes come in 3 sizes. Learn More
  23. Sosaku Brush 15mm

    Sosaku Brush 15mm

    £6.20

    Sosaku inking brush for working the pigments and glue paste onto the carved block for printing. These are made from horse hair and are traditionally prepared by splitting and softening the hair on shark-skin or sandpaper before printing. Brushes come in 3 sizes. Learn More
  24. Plastic Baren

    Plastic Baren

    £6.00

    Plastic Baren. This is a hard plastic baren 120mm across with dimples over the printing surface. There is no need for a bamboo covering for this baren as with the traditional style and has more durability then the traditional baren due to this. Perfect for those starting mokuhanga. Learn More
  25. Traditional Sumi Baren

    Traditional Sumi Baren

    £40.00

    Traditional Japanese "ba-ren" is the pressing and rubbing tool for printing. The inner coil or "shin" consists of flat strips of bamboo twisted together into strands and then into a long cord. The cord is then coiled onto a backing disk made from either layers of washi paper, carved wood or plastic. Finally a bamboo sheath or "takenokawa" is used as a covering, with rubbing surface for printing one side and a twisted handle for the artist to hold on the other. Over time the outer sheath may need replacing due to wear and friction of printing. Our "sumi" baren is made in the traditional way with a plastic backing disk and has a finer coil. It is 130mm across and is suitable for printing the "key block" and fine details. This baren comes in a presentation box. Replacement bamboo sheaths are available to order specially. Learn More

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