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Art of Traditional Japanese Wood Joinery / Dylan Iwakuni


At the end of the 12th century, fine woodworking skills and knowledge were brought into Japan from China. Over time, these joinery skills were refined and passed down, resulting in the fine wood joineries Japan is known for — via Kottke

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