The Sayanta hatchet is classified as an all-rounder, a blade that provides reach for cutting and clearing vegetation. The Azuma Gata hatchet is good for wood splitting. The Ebi Nata hatchet, a specialist with its blunted hook for grabbing, drawing branches to cut. And the Sayanta Mascot hatchet, a precision tool for carving and agile cutting. Four Japanese Hatchets from the Best Made Company, each protected by a Japanese canvas blade roll, for most outdoor cutting and chopping duties.
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