8 comments on “Rumah Tradisional Jepang

  1. saya mau nanya. . .
    gimana ya cara membuat fusuma dan shoji ??
    kemudian, sebaiknya menggunakan kayu apa ya….??
    bgitu jg untk kayu bagian dinding dan lantai rumahnya . . ??
    dan,, alternatif untuk dinding fusuma dan shoji itu apa saja ?? (tmbus dan tidak tembus cahayanaya)

    skian,
    terimakasih ^_^

    slmT sore . . .:)

    • I’m really sorry, but I think I can’t answer ur question for now, maybe I’ll send it on ur facebook account or here tomorow..
      Maaf, tapi aku pikir aku belum bisa menjawabnya untuk sekarang, mungkin akan kukirim di facebook-mu atau di sini besok..

    • Instructions HOW TO BUILD A SHOJI SCREEN
      1
      Make a wooden frame. Nail 4 rectangular pieces of wood together to make a frame about 7 feet high and 5 feet wide.
      2
      Add some vertical pieces. Nail on thinner, smaller pieces of wood to the frame about every 4 inches. Attach them to the top and bottom of the frame.
      3
      Add thin horizontal strips on to the frame. Nail thin strips of bamboo or some other wood to the back of the vertical members about every 5 inches. You should have a grid-shaped lattice by the time you are done.
      4
      Make 5 more screens like in step 1-3. Be sure to make them all the same size. When you are done, paint the screen.
      5
      Attach two screens back to back with rice paper sandwiched between them. Use glue to make the connection. Repeat until you have 3 screen panels.
      6
      Tighten the rice paper. After the glue has dried, lightly spray each screen with water. Blow warm air on it from the blow dryer until it tightens.
      7
      Attach the screen together. Screw hinges between each pair of screens. Use three hinges for each connection.

      Wood materials and supplies that are used for shoji screen construction are often expensive, however their top quality is the luring factor. Basswood is typically used for shoji screens. With a polish off like maple, this looks light and beautiful. Cherry, Port Oxford Cedar, Alaskan Yellow Cedar, Western Red Cedar, Redwood, Walnut, Douglas Fir, Pine, Oak are the other woods used as raw material.

      Pada masa lalu dinding rumah terbuat dari anyaman bambu yang direkatkan dengan adonan tanah sebagai perekat atau lem nya, namun kini banyak material lain yang bermacam-macam untuk membuat dinding rumah Jepang. Bahan yang sering digunakan saat ini adalah plywood (tripleks). Kayu Jati dan Merbau adalah jenis yang biasa digunakan untuk lantai. Lantai berwarna kelam dari bahan kayu aren juga disukai sebagai alternatif dan dianggap funky. Tatami hanya dipasang di rg. tidur dan rg. keluarga/ rg. tamu, selain itu lantai dapur dan selasar menggunakan bahan vynil/ parquette.

  2. Nice post
    Penjelasannya bener2 detail :D
    Nambah pengetahuan plus nambah2 info buat bikin cerita historical ^^

    Um, ada ga yg membahas tentang sejarah Jepang? Misalkan tentang samurai, shinsengumi, dll..

    Kalo ada kasih tau yaa~ penasaran sama hal2 yg berbau Jepang kuno :))

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