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  • 00:31
     
    #Traditional Japanese Carpentry    #Traditional Japanese Carpentry   
    this one is about Traditional Japanese Carpentry without the use of any nails they can build temples that last for hundreds of years it's a fascinating look at a not quite lost art I hope you enjoy ...you have to choose either one so we do want your natural side in a real craftsmanship side the finished pieces reflect the ancient philosophy of Japanese carpentry that is still alive today... I decided to live from Japan to somewhere hiss ow Hanabusa has been working with Japanese carpentry for over 50 years with his son he now runs Miya Shoji a Traditional Japanese Carpentry workshop in New York. And I said one day I'm going to own one of your tables and of course being a good salesman he said why not now and when I met Ken my husband... life all the pieces in Hanafusa showroom have been handcrafted using traditional Japanese techniques the pieces of lumber have also been individually selected by Hanafuaa and his son
  • 05:18
     
    #Japanese Carpentry Hand Tools   
    Hanafusa's team of capenters begin each morning by sharpening the blades hand formed planes and chisels. Caring for these hand tools takes almost as much time...Japanese hand plane produces a smoother cut than a machine plane as the blade passes through these Shoji screen beams it cleanly slices off thin ribbons of wood the process of using and caring for... Shoji screen beams it cleanly slices off thin ribbons of wood the process of using and caring for these traditional tools reflects Hanabusa's philosophy of working with nature not against nature we ...against the nature with nature you have to choose either one when i was a kid study industrial revolution fantastic stuff but that kills all the craftsmen or the personal individual Japanese Carpentry Hand Tools
  • 07:50
     
    #Wood used in Japanese Carpentry   
    Same thing here where wood in the area we collect would dictate what the client can have. Well we're taking down an elm tree and giving it a second life we're gonna slab these branches in the big trunk and someday it'll become furniture. It was hit with a disease known as Dutch elm disease which devastates elm trees. First bout of Dutch elm which came through here over 30 years ago unfortunately we've been hit with Dutch elm disease once again and the tree didn't survive this tree is approximately 300 years old... has been milled into slabs it has to go through a drying process for many years before it is ready to be made into furniture the fresh tree water contents like a hundred percent night ready to use it Wood used in Japanese Carpentry
  • 11:21
     
    #Carpentry Joints   
    Joints that will hold the finish piece together like a three-dimensional puzzle without the need for screws nails or bolts the joints must fit together perfectly which is all the more difficult to achieve when using hand saws and chisels instead of precise electric tools these butterfly joints will prevent the crack in this tabletop from spreading ... even Japan tower temple tower a thousand years is still standing. The techniques for building Buddhist temples ... originally came from China's Tong dynasty era in the 6th and 7th centuries ad this period is considered China's Golden Age where art and religion flourished the mastery of joinery can be seen in the ... Buddha statue like the Buddhist temples traditional Japanese homes and furniture are also held together with wooden joints and reflect the aesthetic values of simplicity modesty and appreciation of ... Japanese homes and furniture are also held together with wooden joints and reflect the aesthetic values of simplicity modesty and appreciation of nature designing in a Japanese fashion or wanting to Carpentry Joints
  • 15:31
     
    #Japanese Furniture Design   
    but it's not part of anything permanent the Japanese design is what it is. It goes way back and it doesn't change. And you want to be true as you can be to that vision and philosophy.. it they whoop it's basically with nature not against the nature process the Shoji screens they offer a really wonderful diffused light it offers a serenity it's like our sanctuary when we come here ... of the Shoji screens I was looking for a space that was more visually peaceful and actually a space that would get me away from my western New York busy life into a more contemplative meditative space ...me away from my western new york busy life into a more contemplative meditative space my current apartment was almost the opposite I've been collecting American ephemera stuff for about thirty years... and if you go into the Japanese apartment there's absolutely nothing that's visible or discreet I find the space very peaceful and relaxing Japanese Furniture Design

The Genius of Japanese Carpentry | Woodworking

We've heard of the genius "technology" used in ancient times to build towering monuments with nothing more than primitive tools like stones and ropes. The Egyptian pyramids of old is a great example. Back in the far east, Japan had plenty to offer the ancient world as well when it came to resourceful inventions and crafts. Traditional Japanese Carpenters built houses, temples, and castles, without the use of nails, screws, or bolts. In a documentary interviewing one of the few remaining practitioners of this seemingly lost art of carpentry, an old Japanese master craftsman exclaims "No bolts, no nails. It lasts longer!". Proudly claiming its effectiveness that no one would be able to argue against its success in the form of several majestic towering temples all over Japan still standing to this day. After being subjected to harsh weather and clashes of changes in civilizations for well over a thousand years. But with the bold statement comes a clear unders






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