Kigumi: The Japanese Museum of Interlocking Wooden Joints (Spoon & Tamago)

Kigumi: The Japanese Museum of Interlocking Wooden Joints

In a nondescript building in Tokyo, there is a little-known museum that celebrates on of Japan’s most distinctive crafts: kigumi, or interlocking wooden joints. Japanese wood joinery dates back to the seventh century and is a craftsmanship technique that involves complicated, interlocking wooden joints that form bonds without the use of nails, screws or adhesives

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