* japanese style *

* japanese style *

Tokonoma (Alcove). Daitoku-ji. Kyoto, Japan.

Tokonoma (Alcove). Daitoku-ji. Kyoto, Japan.

Butsudan. A metaphor for the human body.

Butsudan. A metaphor for the human body.

No nails. No screws. No power tools. https://eshofuni.wordpress.com/

No nails. No screws. No power tools. https://eshofuni.wordpress.com/

not Buddhist at all but this is really neat. Small Buddhist Altar(Butsudan)

not Buddhist at all but this is really neat. Small Buddhist Altar(Butsudan)

Butsudan | Yelp

Butsudan | Yelp

This modern butsudan is constructed of cherry wood with bamboo ply doors that slide open. The dark stain accentuates the beautiful bamboo texture. It's sleek and compact design make it an excellent starter butsudan. Does not accommodate the larger Okatagi Gohonzon.

This modern butsudan is constructed of cherry wood with bamboo ply doors that slide open. The dark stain accentuates the beautiful bamboo texture. It's sleek and compact design make it an excellent starter butsudan. Does not accommodate the larger Okatagi Gohonzon.

SHIMA is a chaya house built simultaneously with the construction of the Higashi Chaya district in 1820. This house is a precious chaya construction that has been designated as Japan's important cultural asset.

SHIMA is a chaya house built simultaneously with the construction of the Higashi Chaya district in 1820. This house is a precious chaya construction that has been designated as Japan's important cultural asset.

Grand reception room, Takamatsu house, Kyoto

Grand reception room, Takamatsu house, Kyoto

鈴木 修司さん 『四季折々の自然と手仕事のぬくもりに囲まれた、 新しい日本家屋スタイル 』 / INTERVIEWS / LIFECYCLING -IDEE-

鈴木 修司さん 『四季折々の自然と手仕事のぬくもりに囲まれた、 新しい日本家屋スタイル 』 / INTERVIEWS / LIFECYCLING -IDEE-

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