Traditional Japanese Carpenters Demonstrate How To Construct Durable Buildings Without Using Nails

Traditional Japanese Carpenters Exhibit Master Craftsmanship When Contructing Durable Buildings Without Nails

Japanese carpentry group Kobayashi Kenkou carefully demonstrates the fascinating way in which highly durable buildings are constructed with traditional Japanese carpentry methods of joining the wood with intricate cuts and interlocking plugs instead of metal nails. The fine planing and perfect fit of each interlocking piece of wood is a testament to the craftsmanship of the carpenters.