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The Art of the Japanese Bath | The Art of the Japanese Bath | Dual House by Kohmura Kenichi / Ken-Architects. The two bathrooms of this house – located in a residential neighborhood in Tokyo – have distinct characters. One faces a park on the west and the other faces the adjacent bamboo grove to the east. The sloped ceiling of the east side bathroom is clad with bamboo reflecting its surroundings.

The Art of the Japanese Bath | House in Ichihara by Yasushi Horibe Architect & Associates. This very compact bathroom is lined in thin tiles. The small, yet deep, wooden bath looks into a small courtyard.

Asakusa rain by kirainet, via Flickr

I love the perspective. 鄉間小路三月號 by Ra Ra S' Va, via Flickr

Japanese maple trees - *mon dieu* - I wish these could grow where I live. Sadly, it's too hot here. I love them so.

Kunstraum// Mariannenplatz, old hospital, later turned into an exhibition space.

and to think there is a bath tub for sale down the street...

April 1971 - "A whole house for a canvas: Mrs. Lajosne Vargacz sits before a bedroom mural painted with the help of her neighbors at Kalocsa. Such folk art, once common in the region, today has few practitioners. Cane-and-feather duster resembles the long-handled paint brushes the artists used to decorate hard-to-reach heights." Via Sara Gossett