Some of the traditional Japanese joinery we recently made for displays. These joints are actually used for the construction of houses, but can be hard to find these days as machine cut joinery are mainstream.
The names of the joinery is written in the Japanese names. This means the names can sometimes be a little long.
Koshi-Kake Ari Mechigai Tsugi
Ooire Ari Otoshi
Naga-Hozo Sashi Komisen-Uchi
When the two above joints are combined.
Sumi Uwahasi Tome-Gata Komisen Shiguchi
Made on a branch. A video of how it works is below.
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