日本の建物づくりを支えてきた技術 - 建築をめぐる話・・・・つくることの原点を考える                下山眞司

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Pocket-Hole Joints are great. But we have to admit. these Japanese Joints are pretty cool, too. Of Course, the Japanese!

オンマカキャロニキャソワカ oM mahaa-k: coolthingoftheday: Kumiko

Kumiko: art technique of assembling small wooden pieces without nails / Shinichi Sugawara, Iwate, Japan

A blind tenon joint with wedges "Jigokuhozo" (地獄ほぞ) Japanese traditional wood joint technics "Tsugi-te / Shiguchi" (継手/仕口 - straight joint / angled joint)

Foxtail wedge/ A blind tenon joint with wedges "Jigokuhozo" (地獄ほぞ) Japanese traditional wood joint technics "Tsugi-te / Shiguchi" (継手/仕口 - straight joint / angled joint)

Simple joinery. "Japanese designer Yota Kakuda's collection of wooden furniture at DesignTide Tokyo 2010 called 'Tenon'"

Japanese designer Yota Kakuda presented a collection of wooden furniture at DesignTide Tokyo 2010 called 'Tenon' Like the table joint detail

I just passed 4k followers which seems kinda crazy to me. While there's nothing special about a number, it is without question encouraging that so many people choose to follow along and engage with my work, new and old. Thank you! I definitely appreciate it.  Speaking of old,  here's a fresh snap of the first thing I made that truly gave me a sense of woodworking accomplishment. This was based on a Japanese-inspired design by John Lavine that I saw in a book about small boxes. Made with...

I just passed 4k followers which seems kinda crazy to me. While there's nothing special about a number, it is without question encouraging that so many people choose to follow along and engage with my work, new and old. Thank you! I definitely appreciate it. Speaking of old, here's a fresh snap of the first thing I made that truly gave me a sense of woodworking accomplishment. This was based on a Japanese-inspired design by John Lavine that I saw in a book about small boxes. Made with...

This is a shaker and japanese inspired trestle table. It can be disassembled into four parts.

This is a shaker and japanese inspired trestle table. It can be disassembled into four parts. - My Easy Woodworking Plans

Japanese Cabinet Plans - Furniture Plans and Projects | WoodArchivist.com

Japanese Cabinet Plans - Furniture Plans and Projects - Woodwork, Woodworking, Woodworking Plans, Woodworking Projects

Set of 4 Japanese Saws includes  Ryoba, Dozuki, Flush Cutting Saw and Detail Trim Saw

Japanese Set of 4 Saws

How To Finish Boards Using Shou Sugi Ban - Two Videos | Woodworking Network

How To Finish Boards Using Shou Sugi Ban - Two Videos

Teds Wood Working - The Japanese technique of preserving/antiquing wood called shou-sugi-ban is used to develop Chroma wood panels, available from Architectural Systems Inc. Get A Lifetime Of Project Ideas & Inspiration!

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