The basis of all kumiki types pursuing simple, pure beauty.

The name Tsukitsuke indicates that it has a simple shape of two contacting parts.Tsukitsuke pieces do not connect by themselves. It is a quite primitive form of kumiki, but is used for locations where no forces are applied, aiming for a beautiful design derived from its simplicity. Furthermore, it helps in making creative variations, such as using Tsukitsuke only on visible surface by combining it with other kumiki. By mastering the intentional use of Tsukitsuke, a designer can be called as a true kumiki designer.

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