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Japanese woodworking

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6 Things You Need to Know About Kumiko Woodworking

What is kumiko? Where can you buy kumiko panels? And how can you learn this art for yourself? Find out all you need to know about kumiko here!

How to Use a Japanese Style Pull Saw

How to Use a Japanese Style Pull Saw: I wanted to have a quick chat about pull-saws. They are really different than western saws, and I've become a big fan. There are two sides to this type of saw, one for cuts along the grain and one for across the grain. The fine-toothed one is for c…

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Japanese tools

Japanese woodworking tools are among the finest in the world. They enable excellent results and are a pleasure to use. These are my plane...

A woodworker is only as good as their tools!Whether you're a DIY dabbler or a seasoned pro, you'll find a whole host of essential tools in our range. Our tool range has everything you need to tackle any task, big or small!

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Issue Five: A Journey into Japanese Woodworking by Kim Choy

Note: Pre-orders for Issue Five open tomorrow morning! First thing in the morning (eastern time), we will be releasing the brand new cover art and begin taking orders. As always, all pre-orders and subscriptions will get the special brown paper wrapping and wax-sealed trade card with the new issue. Scheduled delivery of this issue is late September. If you haven’t yet signed up for a yearly subscription (offering free shipping and a discounted cover price), you can do so here right now. See…

ane lykke uses traditional japanese woodworking technique in kurenai light object

crafted in a three-dimensional grid in cypress wood, the object combines the intangible — in this case light — with physical elements like form and structure.

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How Japanese Woodworking Techniques Can Help You Make Better Furniture