鴨居(Kamoi) and 敷居(Shiki-i)
Kamoi refers to the upper part of a wooden frame that is grooved to fit fittings such as sliding doors and shoji screens.
A shiki-i is the bottom part of a wooden frame with grooves to fit fittings such as sliding doors and shoji screens.
I would like to continue to share Japanese woodworking with people around the world! T
At Suikoushya, we share traditional Japanese woodworking techniques and skills. Since it is a small group system, we will provide guidance tailored to each individual’s skills, from beginners to woodworking professionals. Please join us!
I look forward to sharing fine woodworking with you.
One month Japanese woodworking classes
traditional japanese houses~鴨居(Kamoi) and 敷居(Shiki-i)