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      Low Otsugaki bamboo fence 4' height                                                    close up look

The Otsugaki fence is one of the most commonly used bamboo fencing in Japan.  It features unique woven patterns made up of bamboo poles that is great for screening and fencing around your garden and yard.

This is a very simple fence formed only with vertical and horizontal arrangements of long-jointed bamboo mounting. The beauty is in its simplicity and refined textures.

Otsugaki bamboo fence 6' height                                  Installed with optional bamboo caps and stringers

Key Features     

  • Unique woven bamboo style.

  • Easy set up, pre-built fence sections.

  • Finished with a coat of  natural bamboo oil.

Pricing & Purchase






Otsugaki bamboo woven fence panel

$106.55 + shipping

   48"H x 72"W

out of stock


Otsugaki bamboo woven fence panel

$106.55 + shipping

   72"H x 48"W

out of stock





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