We have the largest print-on-demand fulfillment network in the world with 15 manufacturing centers in five different countries. If you can't find the answers to your question on our FAQ page, please submit a support ticket, and our staff will respond to your question(s) right away. What I know about these tools and how they came into my care is not completely clear to me, largely do to my limited Japanese. Sometime latter I received an email from another friend in Japan who has an English language juku and acts as translator and intermediary for our dojo. The above terminology and descriptions are largely based on the following two sources.
The 30 mm Hon Tataki Nomi arrived with the blade in fairly good shape with only a moderate amount of surface rust. I began by removing the hoop and cleaning up the ridges left from its original forging and use. I cleaned up the the flat of the back of the chisel on a steel plate with a pinch of carborundum powder and a drop or two of water.
My great-grandfather built this in 1898, it was used to hold the piece of wood while shaping it.
I think they were first destined to come to me in the summer of 2010 when My aikido teacher, Tanaka Tadamitsu, his traveling companions and some other friends were sitting in an airport resturant waiting for their flight back to Japan.


The message stated that Tanaka sensei wanted to send me something, to which I replied something along the line of "that really isn't necessary". The first is to be consiensous of what you ask of your Japanese friends, because you will likely get it. I removed the hoop by supporting the bottom edge on a block of wood and hitting a socket wrench socket placed on the end of the handle. I plan to leave the neck and body of the blade as is, but will probably clean up the rust in the hollow ground area of the back of the blade. And how difficult it can be to communicate across a language barrier and cultural divide. Where the names differ I have marked them with * and defaulted to the Takenaka Museum terminology.
If properly cleaned up, fitted and set, the hoop on tataki nomi will slowly work down the handle over the life of the tool. The final step of setting the hoop is to peen over the end of the handle so that it is smoothly rounded. At first I thought he asked me if I liked Japanese planes, to which I responded with an enthusiastic "yes". Last fall one of my students was in Japan on business and was also able to practice some aikido.


In this case, the fact that plural in Japanese is often only communicated by context lead me to believe initially that my teacher was talking about one plane and later that we were talking about one or perhaps a small set of chisels, but not a heavy box full of a variety of woodworking tools. Then I realized what he had actually asked, at which point I back peddled, trying not to sound too eager.
As he was getting ready to return to the US he sent a message, which said that Tanaka sensei had some chisels for me and that someone would be shipping them the following week. 7) 60 mm Kanna-ba with the same name as the previous two but with differing placement of maker's marks. He went on to describe how his father owned the plane and shared his bemused lack of understanding as to why his father would posses such a thing, after all he wasn't a carpenter.
Anyhow he went on to describe that the wooden dai was no longer good but that the steel probably still was. 11) 20 mm Shakuri Kanna - plow plane typically used for making the grooved tracks for shoji and other sliding panels.
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.



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