Tonight we have two films: one from Austria and one from Japan.
The first flick features the work of Walter Gstettenhofer and non-German speakers will just have to enjoy watching the process. (I note that in the editing of the video, some of the steps got out of order.) I admit I selected this from several films of bookbinders at work because we get to see Walter’s Lovely Assistant.
The second (and shorter) flick is a promotion video for a workshop held at amu in 2014. Amu is a Tokyo-based design company by day that uses their space for evening and weekend workshops on a number of topics. The video title translates as Learn, feel ‘hand-binding’. Since there is no spoken text, non-Japanese speakers will have no problem understanding the video.
Perhaps you will spend some time this weekend doing some bookbinding. You could just follow the steps in the second video.