Japanese garden hand tools

Japanese Garden Hoes & Cultivators

Japanese Garden Hoes – Gama Hoes – Kuwa Hoes – Hand Hoes – Long Handled Hoes
Nejiri Gama Hoe – 11 inch – A Japanese Garden Hoe
Order a Nejiri Gama Hoe – This Japanese Garden Hoe is one of the most useful small hand hoes you can add to your Garden Hand Tool collection. This Gama Hoe is high quality. It is designed to be strong, lightweight and durable – a great garden hoe for weeding and slicing. It has a Gama Hoe Wood handle. 5″ x 1 3/4″. 11″ overall.
Nejiri Gama Hoe – 18 inch – Long Handled Gama Hoe – A Japanese Garden Hoe
This long handled Gama Hoe features a laminated steel blade, Japanese beech wood handle that is tapered for easy grip. It measures 18″ overall, blade measures 4 3/4″ x 1 3/4″. The long handled Gama Hoe will give you more leverage for jobs that need a little more strength.
Nejiri Gama Hoe – 13 inch – Left Handed Gama Hoe – Mid Length Handled Garden Hoe
You Asked for it, we found it! For all you Lefties this is the Ultimate tool – a left handed gama hoe!. This Mid handled Gama Hoe features a laminated steel blade, Japanese beech wood handle. It measures 13″ overall, blade measures 4 3/4″ x 1 7/8″.
Ko Gama Hoe – 12 ” Gama Hoe – A Japanese Garden Hoe The blade of this small weeding Gama Hoe / Sickle is forged from spring steel. Strong yet light in weight. It measures 12″ overall and the blade measures 5″ x 1 1/2″. Plastic sleeve with grommet for easy display.
Bachi Gata Hoe – A Japanese Garden Hoe
A traditional solid forged Japanese Bachi Gata hoe has excellent balance and strength. Oak handle. 3″ x 5″ head. 15.5″ overall.
Kuwa Hoe – A Japanese Garden Hoe A strong solid forged Japanese Kuwa Hoe is like a rake with 3 straight tines. This tool is a real work horse in the garden. Oak handle. 3″ x 4″ head. 15.5″ overall.
Sankaku Hoe – A Japanese Garden Hoe
The Japanese Sankaku Hoe has a blade of this hand hoe is forged from spring steel and is very sharp, strong yet light in weight. It’s shape gets into tight areas for weeding, creates furrows, and the back side can fill the rows in one easy motion. The blade measures 5 1/2″ x 2 1/2″, 16″ overall.

Kana Hoe – A Japanese Garden Hoe
The KAna Hoe is a forged hand hoe or sickle, perfect for weeding and cultivating. The blade edge is very sharp. It measures 10″ overall and the blade measures 4 1/2″ x 1 1/4″ and has a wooden handle.

Kusakichi “V” Hoe
This unique Japanese Garden Hoe, the Kusakichi “V” Hoe is a light, yet very strong long handled hoe. It has a V shaped blade is perfect for weeding and trenching, is hand forged and has a very sharp cutting blade. The perfect hoe for the home gardener! Blade 4″ x 7″, 45.5″ overall.

Kusakichi “M” Hoe
This unique Japanese Garden Hoe, called the Kusakichi “M” Hoe, is light, yet very strong. It has an open back to allow soil to flow through, is hand forged and has a very sharp cutting blade. The perfect long handeled hoe for the home gardener! Blade 2.75″ x 5.75″, 45″ overall.

Ginga “V” Hoe
This Ginga “V” Long Handled Hoe is light, yet very strong. It”s shaped stainless steel blade is perfect for weeding and trenching and has a tubular aluminum handle, making it rust free and fatigue free! A wonderful garden hoe for home gardeners and the elderly. Blade 4″ x 7″, 52″overall.

Ginga “T” Hoe
The Ginga “T” garden hoe is light, yet very strong. It has an half moon shaped stainless steel blade, an tubular aluminum handle, rust free and fatique free! A wonderful garden hoe for home gardeners and the elderly. Blade 6″ x 2.5″, 51″ overall.

Tsuki-Gata Kuwa Hoe
Tsuki-Gata Kuwa Hoe half Moon shaped blade for general weeding and cultivating. This extremely strong hoe is hand forged with hardwood handle. 3″ x 8.25″ blade, 50″ overall.

Tsuki-Gata Kuwa Hoe
Tsuki-Gata Kuwa Hoe half Moon shaped blade for general weeding and cultivating. This extremely strong hoe is hand forged with hardwood handle. 3″ x 8.25″ blade, 50″ overall.

Toh Guwa Hoe
The Toh Guwa Hoe traditional shaped blade for cultivating and weeding is ideal for making trenches for seed rows, heavier weight for cutting through roots and hard soils. This Garden Hoe is extremely strong with hardwood handle. 3″ x 7.5″ blade, 41″ overall.

Wide Blade Toh Guwa Hoe
The Wide Blade Toh Guwa Hoe has a shaped blade for cultivating, weeding and is ideal for making trenches for seed rows, heavier weight for cutting through roots and hard soils. Extremely strong with hardwood handle. 5″ x 7.5″ blade, 41″ overall.

Batchi Gata Kuwa Hoe
The Batchi Gata Kuwa Hoe has a traditional shaped blade for cultivating, weeding and is ideal for making trenches for seed rows. This extremely strong hoe is hand forged with hardwood handle. 3″ x 5″ blade, 47″ overall.

Essential Japanese Garden Tools: Different Types Of Japanese Tools For Gardening

What are Japanese gardening tools? Beautifully made and carefully crafted with great skill, traditional Japanese garden tools are practical, long-lasting tools for serious gardeners. Although less expensive Japanese tools for gardens are available, spending a little extra for quality tools pays off in a big way. Read on to learn more about choosing and using Japanese garden tools.

Essential Japanese Garden Tools

Gardeners have a huge variety of traditional Japanese garden tools from which to choose, and some, such as those for bonsai and Ikebana, are highly specialized. However, there are several tools that no serious gardener should be without. Here are just a few:

Hori Hori knife – Sometimes known as a weeding knife or soil knife, a hori hori knife has a slightly concave, serrated steel blade that makes it useful for digging out weeds, planting perennials, cutting sod, trimming small branches or cutting through tough roots.

Cuttle-fish hoe – This heavy-duty little tool has two heads: a hoe and a cultivator. Also known as Ikagata, the cuttle-fish hoe is useful for one-handed cultivating, chopping and weeding.

Nejiri Gama hand hoe – Also known as Nejiri hand weeder, the Nejiri Gama hoe is a compact, lightweight tool with a super sharp edge that makes it great for uprooting small weeds from tight spots or for slicing tiny weeds from the surface of the soil. You can also use the tip of the blade to dig seed trenches, cut through sod, or break up clods. Long-handled versions are also available.

Ne-Kaki plant root rake – This triple-pronged root rake is a real workhorse commonly used to extract deep-rooted weeds, cultivate soil and break apart root balls.

Garden scissors – Traditional Japanese gardening tools include a variety of gardening scissors, including bonsai shears, every day or all-purpose scissors for gardening or tree trimming, Ikebana scissors for cutting stems and flowers, or Okatsune garden scissors for pruning or thinning.

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