A solid Walnut coffee table with triple half-lap, double through-tenon and mortise-and-a-half joinery with Japanese tones. Hybrid making: mostly table saw, chisel, back saw and router-plane work. Hide glue. Tung oil finish. Strangely, after ten years of half-serious woodworking, it was my first venture in the half-lap joint. The triple locking half-lap provided a very strong joint. The wood was air-dried seven years or more, ensuring more dimensional stability. The top has underlying supports with fixed screws at the center and mobile screws on the outer edges, freeing the wood for seasonal work and preventing split. The top was lamello jointed with a very slight concavity along to exert pressure at the ends of the joint. Kampai!