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Mo

18

Aug

2014

The journey is the reward

In the picture: my great grandfathers train drivers watch and some nice drawings. This is in the workshop of Moku Buki

The Moku Buki brand is the result of my 5 years of self-employment as a wood artist. In the summer of 2014, the time has finally come. The website goes online and I welcome every reader and customer to my realm.

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Sa

16

Aug

2014

The bending stick

In the picture: Tillering-tree in my workshop. Here I can inspect the arc of the bow and the draw-wight.

Yes, correct, the guy also makes bows for hunting or sports. Yet not out of boredom, but because tilling is the best way to learn about the toughness of wood.



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Fr

08

Aug

2014

Martial arts in the garden

In the picture: some spot in my martial arts garden. A reed Tou and an Ude Kitae. Its a nice place when the sun shines through the leaves.

Like many practitioners of martial arts, I have a preference for training gardens with hojo undo equipment – these strengthen the body and toughen it. The overgrown garden around my workshop was the reason to make this wish come true. Where beeches and willow saplings used to determine the picture, ancient rhododendrons and the yew tree have been uncovered. In front of that, a small lawn with a conifer is now bordered off by a beautiful heap of natural stones. The lawn can be used for Kata and the heap of stones for step exercises. Hardy bamboo is to be planted soon as a screen and noise protector.

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So

03

Aug

2014

Why traditional handicraft?

In the picture: japanese grooving plane and a dovel tail joint. Handicraft faczinates me more then the work with electric machinery.

My grandfather gave me some good advice for choosing my profession: “Whatever you do, a trade in hand finds gold in every land.” And I still believe in that to this day, especially in times, where the economy needs to recognise that never-ending growth is not possible and everybody should take charge of their own future.

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Fr

01

Aug

2014

Getting Started

In the picture: my workshop during the restauration. It takes me 9 month to bring back the shine of the old times. But today i've got a beautiful atelier.

Hello and welcome to the Moku Buki  news blog– the page all to do with martial arts accessories from one expert to another.
My name is Peter Krowiorsch and I am the karateka behind this project.

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