Resources

Kezurou-kai Japan – (Japanese)

North American Japanese Garden Association  – The North American Japanese Garden Association (NAJGA) is a 501 c(3) non-profit organization founded in 2011 by leading Japanese gardens in USA and Canada. Our members are based in different parts of North America and overseas, and include garden institutions, professional societies, businesses and individuals with either a professional or a personal interest in the field of Japanese gardens.

Laney College [Oakland, CA] – Jay van Arsdale – (2018 SF Chronicle Article)

William Ng School of Fine Woodworking [Los Angeles, CA] – William Ng

Port Townsend School of Woodworking [Port Townsend, WA] – Dale Brotherton

The Connecticut Valley School of Woodworking [Manchester, CT] – Andrew Hunter

Mokuchi Studio [Port Jervis, NY] – Yann Giguère

Brian Holcombe Woodworker – Princeton, NJ

DIY Japanese Joinery: Online Japanese woodworking course [Internet] – Hisao Zen

Japanese Wooden Boatbuilding – Douglas Brooks

Japanese Woodworking Tools – Toshio Odate

Making Shoji – Toshio Odate

Sharpening and the Japanese Hand Plane – In Depth – Dale Brotherton

Shoji: How to Design, Build, and Install Japanese Screens – Jay van Arsdale

The Complete Japanese Joinery – Hideo Sato, Yasua Nakahara, Koichi Paul Nii (Translator

The Care and Use of Japanese Woodworking Tools – Kip Mesirow and Ron Herman

Japanese Wooden Boatbuilding – Douglas Brooks

Kezurou-kai Japan (written in Japanese)

Hida Tool – Berkeley, CA & Internet

Suzuki-ya – Internet

Soko Hardware – San Francisco, CA

Tools for Working Wood (Small selection of Japanese Tools) – Brooklyn, NY & Internet

Japan Woodworker (Division of Woodcraft) – Internet

Japan Stone (Natural sharpening stones) – Internet

Dieter Schmid Fine Tools (Small selection of Japanese Tools) – Internet (Germany)

Iida Tool – Internet (Japan)

Brian Holcombe Woodworker – Princeton, NJ

Makoto Imai – Seabeck, WA

Ki Arts – Occidental, CA

Mokuchi Studio – Port Jervis, NY

George Nakashima Woodworkers – New Hope, PA

Santa Cruz Timberframes – Santa Cruz, CA

Takumi Company – Seattle, WA

Douglas Brooks Boat Building – Vergennes, Vermont

East Wind – Nevada City, California

Somakousha –Okayama City, Okayama Prefecture, Japan

Daiku Dojo – Oakland, California