KUMIKO

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It looks like a “tree” race … a beautiful world of Japanese traditional crafts “Kumiko”

 

 

Do you know Japanese traditional craft “Kumiko”?

A delicate pattern like a race is all made of wood. The beautiful pattern created by craftsmen’s handicraft is “warm” although it is a linear geometric pattern. We will approach the charm of Kumiko which is also adopted in modern design.


The biggest feature is not to use nails at all

 

 

but to build up only with “wood”.
In short, it refers to the technique of assembling trees without using nails. We will assemble one piece one by one while adjusting with a groove, a hole, a tenon process on a thinly cracked tree, with canna, saw blade, flea etc.
There are various works from large to small, and it is said that there are hundreds of patterns

Currently there are about 200 things being conveyed. Most of them were born in the Edo period.

Today, various products tailored to the modern life style are made by making full use of the traditional teamwork technology.

I could understand even a little about the traditional Japanese craft “Kumiko”
Is it?
Anyhow, it is too beautiful! I thought it was okay if I had an impression on such an image.
In addition to the introduction, there are also a kit kit that can be easily created, a tour studio, etc.
It is also quite open traditional craft. If you are interested in anything
It might be a good idea to investigate or actually make it.

kumiko

 

WIRED FROM TAKENUMA KUMIKO / TANIHATA

http://www.tochigi-edu.ed.jp/

http://www.tanihata.co.jp/