Nakamoto Forestry is largest supplier of Yakisugi (Shou Sugi Ban) wood in Japan. We have four mills located in Hiroshima and Tokushima, and now expanded distribution Centre to USA and Canada. From the traditional times, Japan has some of the world’s most advanced wood construction terminology, not only in carpentry but also in design millwork. Nakamoto Forestry has been supervising the large tracts of forests in Japan for so many decades. Shou Sugi Ban is perfect for the exterior designers and fencing, flooring, siding or cladding. This Shou Sugi Ban is of three types: Suyaki, Gendai and Pika-Pika. If you are searching for this wonderful wood, feel free to contact Nakamoto Forestry. Visit our website to know more about this unique wood or call us on 503-512-6780.
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Nakamoto Forestry is leading manufactures in Japan of Shou Sugi Ban Wood. Nakamoto Forestry is famous producer of Yakasugi (Shou Sugi Ban) wood, and has grown to 50% mark trash worldwide. Shou Sugi Ban Wood is one famous, useful wood and extremely durable with amicable cost. They have their four mills in Hiroshima and Tokushima. They provide their exterior interior siding, flooring products in USA, through their Orleans, Portland office.
Yakisugi is ancient Japanese wood gaining popularity all over world. The charring of wood and burnt at different degrees makes it more durable, no need to look after. This process gives elegant look and same time this burnt surface is pest, weather, and fire UV resistant. You never need to polish or paint it for at least next 70-80 years and its installation is easier too. We can achieve various surfaces and glosses for interior and exterior usage, from profoundly burn to the silky and shiny surface.
Suyaki is traditional and easily recognized product looks like alligator. This heavily Charred surface is known for rot resistance and ultimate dimensional stability. The charred surface looks black or silver with a rainbow effervescence depending on which angle it is viewed from, and is oiled or top-coated to solidify the surface and reduce soot dispersion. This Shou Sugi Ban Wood product is suitable for exteriors of the house and office.
Gendai is most commonly used charred surface for the exteriors. This charred surface is brushed once to solidify and leaves smooth, silky look. Gendai surface is oiled to give elegant looks. Gendai will always be dark and take statins.
The second brushing removes all charring from the Yakisugi wood and leaves charred stripes on the wood ridges known as Pika-Pika. Products emulating our Pika-Pika surface often use a light char on the back side of the board. Pika-Pika takes stains to produce and exotic looks.
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