Non! Non, making spoons in the great outdoors!
Transboundary Broadcasting" Project YouTube "Nonyaroga! Channel" #75 is an exploration of the forests of Hinohara Village, Tokyo.
The participants experience making spoons out of hinoki cypress grown in Hinohara Village and take a walk in the forest.
The forestry industry in Hinohara Village is engaged in various unique activities under the slogan "use every last bit of wood".
This time, NON has participated in the WOOD CHANGE project that Hinohara Village is working on.
Please take a look!
■What is WOOD CHANGE?
It represents activities to change to a sustainable society through the use of wood, such as changing everyday objects to wood, incorporating domestic wood into our daily lives, and building wooden and woody structures.
Incorporating domestic timber into our daily lives not only brings warmth and healing, but also leads to actions to protect Japan's forests and improve the environment.
Furthermore, by using more trees, the Japanese forestry industry will be revitalized, forests will be better cared for, and healthy forests that absorb plenty of carbon dioxide (CO2) will grow.