Japanese woodcraft is a traditional craft with a long history in Japan. It encompasses a variety of techniques, including carpentry, joinery, and wood carving. Japanese woodworkers use high-quality woods, such as "hinoki" cypress and "kiri", as well as traditional tools, such as chisels, saws, and planes, to create intricate and precise designs. Woodcraft in Japan has been used to build their renowned temples, shrines, and traditional houses, as well as daily use furniture, utensils, and decorative objects. Japanese woodworkers place great importance on harmony, simplicity, and natural beauty, and their designs often reflect these values. Our curated collections demonstrate different styles of wood, wood finishing and craftsmanship, created by businesses that have been specialized in their work for generations.