The Japanese have a very intricate wooden lattice work they call kumiko zaiku.
Dating from at least the Edo period (1603-1868) kumiko-zaiku patterns were found gracing the ranma [lit: transom] above shoji doors in the public spaces of aristocratic homes. These complex patterns later move down into the shoji themselves and finally into furniture and a type of lantern called andon.
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