Afterwards, while routing the dado for the shelf panel in a rail, I unexpectedly had a chunk of bubinga blow out:
It's not a visible area unless one takes the shelf out and flips it upside down for inspection, however I patched the area anyway (forgot to take pictures too). All the rest of the dadoes were done by climb-cutting, so there were no further problems.
Just for a look see, I slipped a frame assembly into a cabinet:
With the shachi-sen untrimmed and protruding, of course the frame cannot slip all the way back into position, and a notch is required on one side to clear the backing strip at the carcase side besides. Soon enough....
These shelves will have a more interesting front edge to view, once the pins are trimmed flush, than the previous slab shelves:
Panels have also be trimmed to size, rebated for a tongue all around, and are entering the phase of the second coat of finish:
All for this round. I should be done the shelves in the next day or two and can at last turn to finishing up the final construction phase, namely the bifold doors.