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Potret Tarai Bune, Perahu Bak Mandi Tradisional Nelayan Jepang

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Selasa, 20 Okt 2020 14:57 WIB

Jepang - Tarai Bune merupakan perahu bentuk bak mandi tradisional Jepang yang banyak ditemukan di Pulau Sado. Tarai Bune digunakan nelayan untuk mencari kerang di laut.

SADO, JAPAN - OCTOBER 19: In this images taken with a drone, 66-year-old Yasuhisa Sakuma looks through an underwater viewer as he fishes for octopus and molluscs in his tub boat on October 19, 2020 on Sado Island, Japan. First used around the middle of the 1800s, the tub boat (or tarai-bune) was traditionally made from cedar wrapped with bamboo on the outside and is mainly found on Sado Island where its durable design makes it easier for fishermen to manoeuvre around the narrow coves and craggy coastline as they search for octopus, horned turban shell and abalone. Although the catch once provided a steady and respectable income, in recent years prices have dwindled to the point where the majority of fishermen are now retirees looking to top up their pensions. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)

Yasuhisa Sakuma (66) dan Yoichi Sakuma (70), melihat ke bawah air saat mereka memancing gurita dan moluska dengan perahu bak mandi di Pulau Sado, Jepang.  

SADO, JAPAN - OCTOBER 19: In this images taken with a drone, 66-year-old Yasuhisa Sakuma looks through an underwater viewer as he fishes for octopus and molluscs in his tub boat on October 19, 2020 on Sado Island, Japan. First used around the middle of the 1800s, the tub boat (or tarai-bune) was traditionally made from cedar wrapped with bamboo on the outside and is mainly found on Sado Island where its durable design makes it easier for fishermen to manoeuvre around the narrow coves and craggy coastline as they search for octopus, horned turban shell and abalone. Although the catch once provided a steady and respectable income, in recent years prices have dwindled to the point where the majority of fishermen are now retirees looking to top up their pensions. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)

Perahu bak mandi atau Tarai Bune, digunakan karena lebih stabil daripada perahu umumnya di perairan berbatu dan memiliki kemampuan manuver yang tajam.  

SADO, JAPAN - OCTOBER 19: In this images taken with a drone, 66-year-old Yasuhisa Sakuma looks through an underwater viewer as he fishes for octopus and molluscs in his tub boat on October 19, 2020 on Sado Island, Japan. First used around the middle of the 1800s, the tub boat (or tarai-bune) was traditionally made from cedar wrapped with bamboo on the outside and is mainly found on Sado Island where its durable design makes it easier for fishermen to manoeuvre around the narrow coves and craggy coastline as they search for octopus, horned turban shell and abalone. Although the catch once provided a steady and respectable income, in recent years prices have dwindled to the point where the majority of fishermen are now retirees looking to top up their pensions. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)

Nelayan yang menggunakan Tarai Bune banyak ditemukan di Pulau Sado dimana desainnya yang tahan lama memudahkan nelayan untuk bermanuver di sekitar jalan sempit.  

SADO, JAPAN - OCTOBER 19: In this images taken with a drone, 66-year-old Yasuhisa Sakuma looks through an underwater viewer as he fishes for octopus and molluscs in his tub boat on October 19, 2020 on Sado Island, Japan. First used around the middle of the 1800s, the tub boat (or tarai-bune) was traditionally made from cedar wrapped with bamboo on the outside and is mainly found on Sado Island where its durable design makes it easier for fishermen to manoeuvre around the narrow coves and craggy coastline as they search for octopus, horned turban shell and abalone. Although the catch once provided a steady and respectable income, in recent years prices have dwindled to the point where the majority of fishermen are now retirees looking to top up their pensions. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)

Tarai Bune merupakan sebuah tradisi yang masih dijaga hingga kini oleh warga Pulau Sado.  

SADO, JAPAN - OCTOBER 19: In this images taken with a drone, 66-year-old Yasuhisa Sakuma looks through an underwater viewer as he fishes for octopus and molluscs in his tub boat on October 19, 2020 on Sado Island, Japan. First used around the middle of the 1800s, the tub boat (or tarai-bune) was traditionally made from cedar wrapped with bamboo on the outside and is mainly found on Sado Island where its durable design makes it easier for fishermen to manoeuvre around the narrow coves and craggy coastline as they search for octopus, horned turban shell and abalone. Although the catch once provided a steady and respectable income, in recent years prices have dwindled to the point where the majority of fishermen are now retirees looking to top up their pensions. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)

Tarai Bune sendiri dibuat dari kayu pohon cemara Jepang yang disebut 'sugi' dan 'madake.'  

SADO, JAPAN - OCTOBER 19: In this images taken with a drone, 66-year-old Yasuhisa Sakuma looks through an underwater viewer as he fishes for octopus and molluscs in his tub boat on October 19, 2020 on Sado Island, Japan. First used around the middle of the 1800s, the tub boat (or tarai-bune) was traditionally made from cedar wrapped with bamboo on the outside and is mainly found on Sado Island where its durable design makes it easier for fishermen to manoeuvre around the narrow coves and craggy coastline as they search for octopus, horned turban shell and abalone. Although the catch once provided a steady and respectable income, in recent years prices have dwindled to the point where the majority of fishermen are now retirees looking to top up their pensions. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)

Para nelayan menggunakan Tarai Bune untuk mencari gurita, berbagai jenis kerang, dan rumput laut.  

SADO, JAPAN - OCTOBER 19: In this images taken with a drone, 66-year-old Yasuhisa Sakuma looks through an underwater viewer as he fishes for octopus and molluscs in his tub boat on October 19, 2020 on Sado Island, Japan. First used around the middle of the 1800s, the tub boat (or tarai-bune) was traditionally made from cedar wrapped with bamboo on the outside and is mainly found on Sado Island where its durable design makes it easier for fishermen to manoeuvre around the narrow coves and craggy coastline as they search for octopus, horned turban shell and abalone. Although the catch once provided a steady and respectable income, in recent years prices have dwindled to the point where the majority of fishermen are now retirees looking to top up their pensions. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)

Hasil tangkapan para nelayan pernah memberikan mereka penghasilan tetap yang sangat menguntungkan.  

SADO, JAPAN - OCTOBER 19: In this images taken with a drone, 66-year-old Yasuhisa Sakuma looks through an underwater viewer as he fishes for octopus and molluscs in his tub boat on October 19, 2020 on Sado Island, Japan. First used around the middle of the 1800s, the tub boat (or tarai-bune) was traditionally made from cedar wrapped with bamboo on the outside and is mainly found on Sado Island where its durable design makes it easier for fishermen to manoeuvre around the narrow coves and craggy coastline as they search for octopus, horned turban shell and abalone. Although the catch once provided a steady and respectable income, in recent years prices have dwindled to the point where the majority of fishermen are now retirees looking to top up their pensions. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)

Namun beberapa tahun terakhir, penghasilan mereka menyusut karena ekosistem yang mulai langka.  

Potret Tarai Bune, Perahu Bak Mandi Tradisional Nelayan Jepang
Potret Tarai Bune, Perahu Bak Mandi Tradisional Nelayan Jepang
Potret Tarai Bune, Perahu Bak Mandi Tradisional Nelayan Jepang
Potret Tarai Bune, Perahu Bak Mandi Tradisional Nelayan Jepang
Potret Tarai Bune, Perahu Bak Mandi Tradisional Nelayan Jepang
Potret Tarai Bune, Perahu Bak Mandi Tradisional Nelayan Jepang
Potret Tarai Bune, Perahu Bak Mandi Tradisional Nelayan Jepang
Potret Tarai Bune, Perahu Bak Mandi Tradisional Nelayan Jepang