Gyokucho 770-3500 Razor Dozuki Saw with Blade
This is one of the modernized styles of the traditional Japanese saw. It has a blade stiffner on the back side of the blade, eliminating the natural flexibility of the blade. I personally don't see this as much of an advantage, but for people who are used to push saws, this makes it easier to work with. However, it eliminates the ability to use it as a flush cutting saw, as well as for cutting through thick wood. Nevertheless, it is ideal for a lot of cutting tasks, especially when remodeling. The blade has 17 teeth per inch and is ideal for cutting dovetails and joints. If you need a saw for cutting tenions, the stiffener makes this saw ideal.