The Art of Japanese Joinery
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In abundance of varietal lumber, Japanese culture in its infancy relied much on carpentry, resulting in a wealth of knowledge of woodworking. Not only is the joining exacting and functional, different effects can be achieved by using varieties of techniques and woods. Some of the joints are simple enough for the casual enthusiast to execute.
Softcover. 128 pages.
Publisher: Weatherhill, 1977