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Japanese Chrysanthemum--brought to Japan by Buddhist monks in 400 AD. Became the imperial flower. Photo by Viktoria Minsk

Japanese paper art fan -uchiwa-

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天神 芙蓉 (Tenzin Fuyo) Fukuoka, Japan

Uchiwa,  a traditional Japanese fan, AIBA kyoto

Japanese Lute 16-17th century

Tsuba in the form of an octopus Japanese, Edo Period, mid-19th century By Ryoun Michiyoshi, Japanese School Kyoto School, Japanese, MFA

Tsuba in the form of an octopus


Former geisha houses in the Kazue-machi Geisha District, Kanazawa, Japan

Black and Gold - Nijo Castle, Kyoto 二条城

Iwate, Japan

Japanese garden

courtyard residence in Nara, Japan


Antique Japanese Tetsuban

Japanese, Other from The Zentner Collection of Antique Asian art

Japanese tea pot by Takao Tozuki

bamboo lamps/candle holders

竹灯篭六 - 写真共有サイト「フォト蔵」

Handmade umbrella

Japanese tea ceremony 茶道

Cabinet doors

Brooklyn Museum: Asian Art: Bat Before the Moon

Fu Bao Shi