Miniature Japanese Tea House – Wood Dollhouse Tutorial

Hi guys! Today we’re making this Miniature Japanese Tea House to go along with our Koi Pond 😀 This has been requested, so I hope you enjoy. Sadly I have never been to Japan and seen a real tea house, so I had to base this project of of pictures/measurements online. This little doll house is in 1:24 scale, which is half the size I usually work in, but you can make it in any size you want. It has a cute tea room with mats and working sliding doors.
If you haven’t seen my previous koi pond video, check it out 🙂 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GoN8n58jBcE

Good to know:
I work in 1:12 scale, but you can make them in any size you want and add headpins to make them charms 🙂 I used a mix of the polymer clay brands Fimo and Cernit, but you can use any brand you like. The liquid clay I use is from the brand Fimo. My mold maker is from Siligum/Sili-put.

Thank you so much for watching, I hope you enjoyed this video ^^

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Joint Venture Ep. 35: Pole tenon splice “Saotsugi” (Japanese Joinery)

In this series I explore different wood joinery techniques. This is not a ‘how to’ video. Just sit back and join me on my venture to find beautiful joinery! More Projects on: http://www.dorianbracht.com

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Japanese Woodworking Tools by Toshio Odate – Book Review #3

I highly recommend reading this book on Japanese woodworking tools by Toshio Odate. This is the definitive book on Japanese tools and the wonderful philosophies that drive their creation and use.

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