Led by Hisao Hanafusa, 80, with help from his son Zui, 45, Miya Shoji also makes tansu chests, tatami platform beds, and other furniture. Nomi, or Japanese chisels, are some of the most-used tools of the trade.  Photo 3 of 7 in Undivided Attention
The plane and blades were given to Naotaka Hamada by his uncle, a master Japanese artisan.  Photo 5 of 7 in Undivided Attention
The saw blade, whisk broom, and aligning board that the craftsmen use to create screens hang on a shop wall.  Photo 4 of 7 in Undivided Attention
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