By georgitte. bamboo. At Sunday, March 17th 2019, 13:32:18 PM.
transformed into a steering wheel we were shown a car that is fitted with a bamboo steering wheel oh I can tell the difference kind tears normally feel a bit inorganic but the bamboo gives it a relaxing atmosphere yes we asked a Takumi about the secrets of manufacturing it s great bamboo has been causing a lot of damage pathology of since the bamboo industry was in decline I joined the project with the hope of creating a locally grown and locally consumed product you will always come up against difficulties when developing a new product but if you give up there then it s over there is always a solution so I think it s important to keep looking for solutions by using your mind as well as by using your hands would become very thin overall and when
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
all yah no ha no Nick hanamachi I do know the more Tokyo pedal son Scotty Alicia Theodore by 3 dog agility bamboo is widely used because it can be easily manipulated it is fibrous and easily splits lengthwise when heated it becomes pliable as it cools it harness and retains the shape so no mana so diagonal target no mediocre magazine you ll never get a guru so so I offer four varieties of bamboo which are grown locally and treated by highly skilled artisans are specially branded as Kyoto bamboo white bamboo has a wide range of uses from construction to craft work so it is the most produced variety of Kyoto bamboo it is made from medaka or timber bamboo which grows wild in abundance throughout the country medaka has exceptional resilience and durability the felled medaka is placed over a fire and the oil that sweats to the surface is carefully wiped off this removes the chlorophyll the white and medaka is then dried in the Sun for two weeks the finished product has an amber