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does anyone have links to new or used wood stove sites?

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Are you isntalling it yourself?

http://hearth.com/what/installstove.html

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I dont think so

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Here you go; http://www.valley.ne.jp/~stove/

We sometimes used to go in when we were passing through Haramura or Tateshina in Nagano.

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The decorative Vermont Castings ones in Oceans link are extremely expensive in Japan. The poshest one costs under 2000 US inc delivery to 48 continental states, which presumably includes the container ports if you buy one yourself. In Japan, the sticker price is 660,000 yen. It's taking the piss.

You got enough wood for another stove Fatty?
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I found this link
http://www.renaissancephoto.com/image7/catalog.html

I want to run it by the wife of course.
Enough wood is a good question now isnt it. I just dont want to use toyu if I dont have too.

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There are quite a few pellet stove makers appearing in Japan (in line with Japan's massive and orderly movement to biomass - haha). Actually, Iwate-ken has a formal policy to get people back to using wood stoves.

Here's a list of national makers;
http://www.zenmoku.jp/moku_kankei/kan_recycle/hard_db/pellet/03.html

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Looks like something I saw in Dachau.

Affordable price though. Chimbley extra I suppose?

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That one looks fine. It's got a flat top so you can cook on it or at least stick a kettle on to humidify the place and stop everyone getting sore throats.

If you can properly seal and insulate your place, you mightn't need another stove in the long run. That fireplace is pretty big.
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Anyone knows any bars or pubs around with open fires? Went to a great one recently with DB in London. Was excellent!
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There's a few small ones in "Cainz" in Omachi for about 30,000yen.

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Hi!
I know very well that you are not going to import 200 kg of iron from denmark, but Dk has a long tradition for making ovens and stoves. this page may give you some inspiration.
http://www.braendeovnen.dk/Morsoe/Morsoe.htm

click on the names
"Morsø" "lotus" "hekla" "meteor"
for pictures of their products. at the bottom of the page there is a link for more pictures, click on "Flere billeder"
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Thunderpants, do you have masonry stoves in Denmark (made out of bricks or stone)? They burn very cleanly and let out their heat gradually. I'd love to have one, but if you don't build them properly they can explode...

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There's one of those masonry heaters in the Wiggles dream home. Its still a dream of course. One charge a day burnt at super-high temp. Then freshly baked goodies and jiwari jiwari for next twenty hours or so.
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i don't know O11, but since danes have a long tradition in baking bread, i would think so.
i once stayed with an aussie guy in california who built stone ovens, amazing things. once heated up, he was able to bake bread for 4 or 5 days.
He learned the building of those ovens in denmark back in the 70's, in our "alternative village" in copenhagen www.christiania.org (not the best website)

from the link in my previous post i learned a bit about iron ovens. Some of them are made with double walls, for slower heating,
plate steel vs cast iron.
interesting world!
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Does any of them have an auto shut down function in the event of earthquake for this tiny country full of it?
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miso is there a website for that place?

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That looks very earthquake proof to me.
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Don't think so.
It's that big new home center/supermarket on the left (greenish color) as you come into Omachi (about 2KM before Jusco).
I think it's open late, so you could call in on the way up to Hakuba.




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