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The Different Types of Japanese Carpenters – Woodworking Absolutely Incredible

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Hello everyone,
A few months ago, many viewers emailed me to express their interest in the traditional Japanese carpentry, to show the most amazing view of traditional technology and its importance to the present life. I decided to make a video about: “The Different Types of Japanese Carpenters”
#woodworking #japanesewoodworking #WoodworkingEnthusiasts

To understand it correctly of carpenters in Japan, I had the interviews with a few master craftsmen, at the same with my knowledge and done a search on google, I started writing the script about it, rewrote the content, two voices were recorded, new effects work, new music, new footage added and a new creation is created as my statement: “This video belongs to me”

This time our main characters are: Hiroshi from Tottori Prefecture, Matsubayashi Keisuke from Nagano Prefecture

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  1. 1000年に余る伝統のなせる業ですね^。^

  2. That is typical Korean styles.
    Even now Japanese masters come to Korea to learn Korean traditional cultures. And then Japan introduce their Korean copy culture to western society saying like this : this is a typical unique japanese culture.

  3. I always thought, Japanese carpentry would be the best in the world. But recently I got two old books from the 18 hundreds. One about german timber framing and one about European furniture making. I got to say, the complexity of the joinery is about the same as the Japanese joinery, but the construction in general is way more thought out and difficult.

  4. Outstanding work 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻 really love the technical craftsmanship 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

  5. wow, this is Kongogumi, the oldest surviving company/business in the world. They have been in business for 1400 years.

  6. 金剛組さんの仕事は見事としか言えないですね。

  7. There has to be something somebody does better than the Japanese! Sure they win on cars but they can't be that good everywhere else? Can they?

  8. Eu estou aqui de queixo caído ! Já admirava vocês, agora mais ainda vendo esse trabalho maravilhoso! Estamos muito longe do padrão de excelência de vocês!😭


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