“Edo Sashimono” refers to the wood joinery that evolved through the 17th to 19th centuries. The technique was introduced in cabinetwork for Samurai families and wealthy merchants. The joints of Edo Sashimono are made so they’re barely seen from the outside. Although delicate in appearance, the joinery is strong and lasts generations. Edo Sashimono is designated by the Japanese Government as a Traditional Craft of Japan.
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