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I found this aspect of the book invaluable. The illustrations of foundations, floor construction, ceilings, fusuma and shoji, and sacred spaces is simply unparalleled by any other book I have read.

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The details are amazing and I felt as though I was seeing inside the mysterious box that is traditional Japanese construction methods. The second great aspect of the book is its comprehensive nature.

The author really does give an in-depth discussion of the what, why's and how's of the various construction methods. This is not a book to gloss over an aspect in its rather conscise review. This is a book that deserves a spot on your shelf if you're at all interested in joinery, architecture, building construction, or Japanese design elements.

It covers an incredible range in the pages. As far as shortcomings, or maybe I should say peculiarities, since they don't really pull down the review for the book.

The wording is overwrought and clunky at times and really does a poor job sometimes of cutting through the difficulty for someone learning about Japanese concepts for the first time. I would have liked to have seen a much more approachable style, more akin to the wonderful "A Japanese Touch for your Home" that I found much more enjoyable to read.

The next thing that seems a bit odd is that the text is written in a way that never relates directly to the diagrams and illustrations in the book, which are arguable the best aspect of the book anyway.This is not a book to gloss over an aspect in its rather conscise review. The next thing that seems a bit odd is that the text is written in a way that never relates directly to the diagrams and illustrations in the book, which are arguable the best aspect of the book anyway.

Shelves: non-fiction , woodworking This is a book that is great despite its shortcomings. Combined together, it is not unlike using two separate references to learn about the various subjects.

It gives the readers good spirit. I would have liked to have seen a much more approachable style, more akin to the wonderful "A Japanese Touch for your Home" that I found much more enjoyable to read. Overall, this is a cherished book for me and one that I reference any time I need to refresh my understanding of Japanese contruction.

The next thing that seems a bit odd is that the text is written in a way that never relates directly to the diagrams and illustrations in the book, which are arguable the best aspect of the book anyway. I would have liked to have seen a much more approachable style, more akin to the wonderful "A Japanese Touch for your Home" that I found much more enjoyable to read. The best part of this book for me were the amazing diagrams.