By georgitte. bamboo. At Sunday, March 17th 2019, 13:28:18 PM.
counter artisan into a variety of shapes therein lies the greatest challenge you don t not get someone Aqualad wagon is car for any Toyota greenie you don t naturally you don t notice how through that solo Koko s to one I do show anger on I think you re gonna go do our salute I mean you known as I do ways I see the faculty so what I m feeling this blind is a traditional Kyoto handicraft made from fine strip bamboo misoo were once used as partitions and concealing streams they were used in temples and shrines as barriers between the sacred and secular worlds some 1,200 years ago the palace buildings were large open rooms with wooden floors inside the Emperor would sit behind a Mesa screen when conversing with court officials you this mrs. specialist is
memory shape memory a characteristic of bamboo is that it keeps its shape when it is heated and bent the takumi also added glue that hardens when heated and salt of repulsion force issue the bamboo and glue are bent while being heated at a high frequency it s ready in about ten minutes now it won t budge at all it must have been very difficult to reach this point yes we faced many issues for example with the bamboo bending but not sticking together properly we work through each problem and are now able to mass-produce the steering wheels after the bamboo material has hardened its polished coated and put through other processes until it s
hi I m Michelle today I m in Kochi Prefecture it s a beautiful bamboo forest don t you think here in Kochi bamboo forests are overwhelming the natural forests under view it is a problem other prefectures in Japan are facing the same problem because the bamboo industry has gone into decline many bamboo forests were left to grow wild moso bamboo in particular can grow ten meters in one year and block the sunlight it s affecting forest growth and a countermeasure is being urgently salt buttercream you were going to meet today has come up with an idea of making effective use of these bamboos let s go find out we visited the wood processing