In Japan, Repairing Buildings Without a Single Nail

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100 thoughts on “In Japan, Repairing Buildings Without a Single Nail”

  1. That's incredible, and since Japan is on the Pacific Rim of Fire, similar construction on stone only buildings will fuckin crumble in only a few years because of the intense earthquakes. They thought of everything these ancient builders.

  2. Japan has preserved an invaluably priceless array of carpentry techniques and fantastic wooden objects. I have an intense admiration for Japanese crafts and culture. ? ?

  3. I have been doing carpentry in the US for years…I would love nothing more than to go to Japan and be taught some REAL stuff from the master carpenters over there, like everything else they turn it into an art form. And to do most of that with hand tools and end up with CNC level precision is just crazy.

  4. Any other civilisation that had an extremely limited access to iron and metals in general: *gets stuck in technological advances"

    Japan: "Hold my carpenter skills"

  5. I think the Japanese people do not know but in real this technique is INDIAN temple making tachnique, we have "Champaner" A Unesco site with block technique marbles…??????????

  6. Japan is truly a beautiful country. I had weeaboo friends in middle school and never understood their obsession. Still don't understand anime tho

  7. In Japan, heart surgeon. Number one. Steady hand. One day, Yakuza boss need new heart. I do operation. But, mistake! Yakuza boss die! Yakuza very mad. I hide in fishing boat, come to America. No english, no food, no money. Darryl give me job. Now I have house, American car, and new woman. Darryl save life. My big secret: I kill yakuza boss on purpose. I good surgeon. The best!

  8. Japan, an ethnocentric nationalist nation where culture and tradition is kept. Unlike many current Westerners who have become slaves to dark foreign social political ideologies and are self destructive

  9. I wonder how these buildings perform during hurricanes? Do these structures resist the winds of a pacific typhoon?

  10. wood buildings need repair every 150 to 200 years, not in Australia.
    BTW whats the point of all these advancement in tech when your nation is on the brink of getting extinct.

  11. Malay people in Malaysia have this technique too, but many of the buildings built with this technique have been demolished to allow modern buildings being built. Salute to these Japanese that still preserve their old wooden building.

  12. My girlfriend's family has a country home that is also built in this way. Earthquakes, typhoons and such haven't been able to knock it down, either.

    My people are really inventive.

  13. When I read the tittle of this video I thought he was going to use ramen to fix things. BUT I appreciate this and how much effort is put into this???

  14. Bro, profession boi, you probably need to own a site full of new planted trees, maybe you have what I said but make sure after one cut of a tree, you plant one more brother:)

  15. We have the same tradition of building and repairing temples and cottage with the same tradition in Nepal too……….??????

  16. If I lived in Japan, I would tell my kids to consider becoming a miyadaiku instead of going to expensive yet meaningless college because I think neither automation nor AI can get rid of this craftsmanship job any time soon.

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