Japanese Woodworking Impossible Joinery ​- Shihou-Kamatsugi – #Shorts



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Making the Japanese joinery, “Shihou-Kamatsugi.” This joint is one of the most difficult techniques among Japanese woodworking. At first glance, it looks impossible to connect.
“Shihou” means four-way, the shape of the joints can be seen in the same way from any of the four directions. “Kamatsugi” means gooseneck tenon and mortise.

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