Sharing the information

I share the valuable experiences I attained at Ise Jingu with people from all over the world. People seeking for information will gather and share even more information, learn, and continue growing. I believe this synergy is the real beauty of sharing information.


However when sharing information, some people remark:

  • The value of Japanese woodworking will go down.
  • People who will come to Japan to learn will decrease.


But, these are needless fears. People gain even deeper interest by attaining information, and it increases the desire to learn more. When gathering information through books or videos, have you ever experienced becoming clearly aware of the information you lack?


The more the amount of information increases, the more information meant for the broad community is not enough. We realise the best way to learn is by watching with our very own eyes, and to actually experience it. We know from instincts that “seeing is believing”. Especially now, in a world overfilling with information, we seek information pin pointed at ourselves.


In a time where individuals can easily share information, the world is flooded with information. Why don’t you start from generously sharing information?

“Keeping information a secret” is an old way of thinking. If you share all the information, interesting information from all over the world will gather to you. You should be able to naturally see what people have an interest in, and what they are seeking.


  • The thing you like.
  • The thing you are good at.
  • What people are seeking


When all these three meet, a new service is born, and the interesting world in front of us widens.





  • 日本の木工技術の価値が下がる
  • 日本に学びに来る外国人が減る





  • 自分の好きなこと
  • 自分が得意なこと
  • 人が求めていること




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


Sharing the information~情報を共有する~
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