Typical kumiki that has been used since ancient times

For its tensile resistant shape, Kama (mortise and tenon joint) has a greater tensile strength than Ari, though it has a drawback of requiring longer length at joint part. Kama can be commonly found in old buildings as a joint for structural members. The irregular shape might be rather difficult to integrate into designs.

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