Typical Joints Created The Amazing of Traditional Japanese Wood Joinery

11 Typical Joints Make up The Amazing of Traditional Japanese Wood Joinery:

The Takumikan Craft Museum (Hida No Takumi Bunkakan) was built in 1989 and is dedicated to traditional Hida craftsmanship.

The Hida Region is the mountainous area of northern Gifu Prefecture. For centuries, the region had been famous for its high quality timber and the skills of the local carpenter.

The building was constructed by local carpenters using local lumber and traditional carpentry techniques that do not utilize nails.
The museum exhibits traditional carpenter tools and the various types of woods used. In an experience corner visitors can try to put together wooden puzzles and joints, which can be a surprisingly challenging task.

The Takumikan Craft Museum is a facility that was built by carpenters who have been called “The Master Builders of Hida” who have perfected their art and technique. Learn about the architectural culture that remains in Hida-Furukawa while observing and feeling the excellent building techniques and traditions.

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