Making Shoji has 20 ratings and 2 reviews. Koen said: What it promises to be: a relatively brief exposition of the tools and techniques of the tategu-shi. Buy a cheap copy of Making Shoji book by Toshio Odate. The construction of shoji–Japanese sliding doors–requires intricate skills and attention to detail. Making Shoji by Toshio Odate, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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Review: ‘Making Shoji’ by Toshio Odate
Jennifer added it Mar 21, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. But the description that the best glue comes from ‘the most deliciously cooked rice” had me grinning when I read it. The construction of shoji—Japanese sliding doors—requires intricate skills and attention to detail. May 30, Koen Crolla rated it it was amazing Shelves: Looking for beautiful books?
Ruediger Narr marked it as to-read May 09, I’ve now read the whole thing, and from the perspective of someone who’s not yet built a shoji and is not steeped in Japanese culture otherwise, here is my review of the book. And I’d like to make some, hopefully in a way that is less cultural appropriation and more a way to honor the masters.
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I’ll probably try something similar to the second project as well, a decorative transom. Book review — ‘Making Shoji’ by Toshio Odate. Preview — Making Shoji by Toshio Odate.
Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of Elena May rated it it was amazing Feb 23, Step-by-step instructions, illustrated with photos of each work in progress, give detailed information on how to construct both common shoji and Japanese transom a piece found between rooms and above sliding doors. It pays off to attend to this maknig it will assist in not cutting the wood of the shoji unnecessarily. But these cultural and personality traits go even deeper into the heart of woodworking.
Thank you to Toshio Odate and his incredible book, Making Shoji. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. View active tab What links here.
An American woodworker is probably odatr likely to create quality work primarily because he’s proud of his own skills. I sat down after reading the book to the end, and for some reason, wrote a series of contrasts. Books by Toshio Odate.
The correct use of Japanese tools is discussed, as are techniques for marking lines, making specific joints and handles, using rice glue, and applying shoji paper. Want to Read saving…. They read like odatee parables. Sennelier76 added it Feb 20, Nacho Romano marked it as to-read Jul 04, Some of the most wonderful facts I learned from the book were often asides in the material, or occasionally deeply philosophical thoughts brought down from Mr.
Making Shoji by Toshio Odate. Aa marked it as to-read Sep 30, This guide to creating shoji brings together both traditional insight and technical kaking of the craft from the perspective of an apprenticed sliding-door maker. Hular added it Dec 02, This invariably resulted in frustration. Tyler Burton rated it liked it Jul 09, To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Or more likely in my case, ennui and then sleep. Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. My experience with Japanese woodworking is limited to the fact that I own a ryoba, a double-sided japanese saw, and I’ve used Japanese sharpening stones.
Description The construction of shoji – Japanese sliding doors and screens – requires great skill and attention to detail. I’ve always wanted to try to build a Japanese screen.
Nick Mole rated it really shoki it Sep 25, However the task is within the reach of amateur woodworkers. Nick Jenkins marked it as to-read Apr 05,