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Twitter account @TheJoinery_jp is dedicated to popularizing traditional Japanese joinery techniques. This elaborate wooden craftmanship became popular in Japan in the sixth century with the introduction of Buddhism. From that time it has been used to construct simple furniture and complex buildings which are frequently found among the world’s longest surviving wooden structures. Surprisingly enough, these amazing results are achieved without nails, glue, power tools, or other materials which are essential to modern Western architecture.

Traditional Japanese Joinery Techniques That Don’t Require Any Nails, Glue Or Power Tools

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Twitter account @TheJoinery_jp is dedicated to popularizing traditional Japanese joinery techniques. This elaborate wooden craftmanship became popular in Japan in the sixth century with the introduction of Buddhism. From that time it has been used to construct simple furniture and complex buildings which are frequently found among the world’s longest surviving wooden structures. Surprisingly enough, these amazing results are achieved without nails, glue, power tools, or other materials which are essential to modern Western architecture.