Japanese woodcraft has evolved over a thousand years bringing with it unique woodworking techniques. From marquetry and wood bending to intricate wood joinery and delicate wood inlay.

These are just some of the more common techniques in Japan. Click on each link below to discover more:

Sashimono (Traditional Joinery)

Kurimono (Hollowing Out)

Hikimono (Wood Turning)

Magemono (Bentwood Work)

Horimono (Wood Carving)

Moku-zogan (Wood Inlay)

Kaba-zaiku (Bark Woodcraft)

Yosegi-zaiku (Marquetry)

Kumiko (Lattice Woodwork)

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