Japanese Interior Decoration japonaise

Japanese Interior Decoration japonaise

Teahouse (interior) with sunken hearth. With Kagetsu (Counter) ヶ月: counter for months, used to express a period of time numbered in months

Teahouse (interior) with sunken hearth. With Kagetsu (Counter) ヶ月: counter for months, used to express a period of time numbered in months

Looking over the winter scenery from Japanese traditional room

Looking over the winter scenery from Japanese traditional room

b0140276_21165622.jpg (450×450)

b0140276_21165622.jpg (450×450)

Japanese tea room (cyashitsu)

Japanese tea room (cyashitsu)

Image detail for -SHAFE | Louis Comfort Tiffany Folding Screen, c. 1900

Image detail for -SHAFE | Louis Comfort Tiffany Folding Screen, c. 1900

日本家屋、和室/Japanese room

日本家屋、和室/Japanese room

Shoji are Japanese screens made with a wood frame and panes of translucent paper. Japanese shoji are used as windows, doors and room dividers. In this interior, it allows natural diffused light into rooms while providing privacy.

How To Add Japanese Style To Your Home

Shoji are Japanese screens made with a wood frame and panes of translucent paper. Japanese shoji are used as windows, doors and room dividers. In this interior, it allows natural diffused light into rooms while providing privacy.

Main lobby of Okura Hotel Tokyo, Japan. This wing will be torn down in 2015.

Main lobby of Okura Hotel Tokyo, Japan. This wing will be torn down in 2015.

Japanese traditional craftsmanship, Sukiya Carpenter: Suki means refined, well cultivated taste and delight in elegant pursuits and refers to enjoyment of the exquisitely performed tea ceremony.

"Sukiya Carpenter: The Creator of Beauty"

Japanese traditional craftsmanship, Sukiya Carpenter: Suki means refined, well cultivated taste and delight in elegant pursuits and refers to enjoyment of the exquisitely performed tea ceremony.

Pinterest
検索