Like its brother the Hibiki the Takeruboy is an exceptional woodworking saw in the ryoba format (double sided, pull-cut) for both ripping and cutting and specific angles with the added benefit of having butterfly handles that means the saw can be folded up to be more compact and protect the blades.
It can be useful where you need to make a specific cut to match the angle of the spoon you are creating. This is difficult to do with normal teeth so the Takeruboy would be the saw for the job.
The blade is chrome-plated and taper ground. The top side of the blade (ripping side) is for productive rip cuts. The bottom side (crosscutting) is for fast, silky smooth cuts.
The saw’s teeth are razor sharp blade and spaced for moving quickly through even the hardest of wood. Silky impulse-hardens the teeth on both sides of the blade, so they'll remain sharp much longer than conventional blades.