Traditional Japanese Architecture, Design & Woodworking

Links

The links presented on this page are to the websites of our friend's and collaborators.

A really useful and informative publication about Japanese gardens and architecture - Journal of Japanese Gardening – rothteien.com

Full line of Japanese tea ceremony utensils and more – Tea Circle – tea-circle.com

Quality Japanese Tools – japanesetools.com

Traditional Japanese doors and screens – bluefieldjoiners.com

Japanese tools, and specialized materials and hardware – Aquastone, 819 Stannage Ave, Albany, CA 94706, (510) 525-8948

Landscape designs – marpa.com

Traditional redwood cedar and teak wooden hot tubs and Japanese ofuros – rhtubs.com

Japanese tools and implements:
Suzuki san really knows Japanese tools and all kinds of other things about Japanese architecture, and we at East Wind recommend her highly if you are looking for really great stuff at a reasonable price. Particularly she has access to very high quality hand made carpenter’s tools, hardware, light fixtures, sharpening stones, garden tools, plaster, kitchen knives and scissors.
www.suzukitool.com

Beautifully made custom Japanese hardware of all types – chisler.net

Japanese carpenter tools and hardware – japanwoodworker.com

Japanese tools and handmade Japanese hardware – misugidesigns.com

The finest collections of Japanese art and tansu – imarigallery.com

Beautiful and meticulously made furniture using difficult-to-find materials which are very carefully used in some really lovely designs – ericksonwoodworking.com

Douglas Brooks builds traditional American and Japanese boats, having
apprenticed with four different craftsmen in Japan learning the secrets
of wasen, the traditional Japanese boat –
douglasbrooksboatbuilding.com

Catering, cooking and food in the Bay Area, specializing in Japanese cuisine using locally produced and organically grown ingredients. Trained in Japan and at Chez Pannise in Berkeley. Sylvan's web site address is eatpekopeko.com

Aya took most of the photos on this web site, as well as for Building the Japanese House Today, and this very simple and elegant web site shows her other work. Her web site is ayabrackett.com

These people supply both gas and wood-fired water heaters very useful for heating a Japanese hot tub, or simply to produce hot water in a remote location. Web site address is: islandhottub.com

Makers of ofuro, Japanese bath tubs, etc. japanesebath.com and woodentubs.com

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