DIY The most common wood joints in Japanese architecture – How to ?
The most common wood joints in Japanese architecture-Column splices (hashira tsugi):
(1) Four faces gooseneck splice (Shihou-kama-tsugi)
(2) Clam-shaped splice (Kai-no-kuchi-tsugi)
(3) Blind splice (Hako-tsugi)
(4) Osaka Castle-Otemon Gate’s pillar splice (Osaka-jo-otemon-hikae-bashira-tsugite).
– The Otemon gate is located at the front entrance of Osaka Castle. The gate was built during the early Edo period in 1628, in Koraimon style with a larger roof laid atop the front two pillars and smaller roofs supported by the front and rear pillars on both sides. The bottom part of the pillars was repaired and reinforced by the traditional technique of removing the damaged areas and filling the Cavities by joining new pieces of wood. Especially, the joint on the rear pillar on the observes’ right side is so elaborate that it seems impossible at first glance.
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