Overview of producing areas Kishu Koya Kumiko wood joinery
Scenes of work
Fine splitting into the desired dimensions
Logs and thick lumber are split and sawn into specific boards. The boards are then split into desired dimensions using a circular saw bench.
Frame-making is performed with a homemade die table. Scraping is performed so that the finished materials can be joined. Component materials that form the canvas and those for the geometric patterns are created.
Foundation assembly is the creation of a canvas for the dimensions to be produced. Using the prepared component materials, a frame for weaving in the pattern is assembled.
Temporary assembly to main assembly
The picture is fitted to the canvas, and wood chip crosspieces are inserted one by one. When the temporary assembly is complete, the expression in the picture is reviewed and corrected. After main assembly and fixing, the work is complete.