Japanese traditional earthen floor, Doma 土間
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Japanese traditional earthen floor, Doma 土間- coolest ideal ever to separate "dirty" floor from "living" floor
Japanese traditional earthen floor, 'Doma'. #Japanese #Traditional #Materials #Earthenware #Floor #Natural
A garden landscape in a small space. Japanese traditional earthen floor, Doma 土間
Mental aspects dream about Japan Japanese traditional earthen floor, Doma 土間
Japanese traditional earthen floor, Doma 土間 A river would be better
Japanese traditional earthen floor, Doma. 氷見の網元、濱本家の裏手がわの土間
" Doma : 土間"Japanese traditional earthen floor, #Japan. 日本
Dirt floor) Japanese entrance
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この書体いいよなー。 (via 都営千住元町アパート) | int * design & inspiration
tokyo Japan 1950 終戦間もない昭和25年の様子。焼け野原に眠るだけの家を建てていた。
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tokyo Japan 1950 終戦間もない昭和25年の様子。焼け野原に眠るだけの家を建てていた。まだ5年後…でも沢山子供が産まれていたよ(それが団塊の世代)。新しい命は復興の象徴…今でも。
Tokyo Japan 1950 終戦間もない昭和25年の様子。焼け野原に眠るだけの家を建てていた。
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OUCHI-05 by Jun #home design ideas #living room design #home interior #interior design| http://luxury-house-design-832.blogspot.com
OUCHI-05, white minimal house design | Architecture. Architektur | Architect: Jun Ishikawa |
OUCHI-05, minimal house design | house . Haus . maison | Architect: Jun Ishikawa |
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Tea House,.. Terunobu Fujimori Great outdoor play activity. Diversity, engineering, private space, relaxing. Just different
Terunobu Fujimori_Tea House in Japan showcases his approach: the use of natural materials and the rediscovery of traditional building materials. | Tiny Homes
Treehouse by Terunobu Fujimori : TAKASUGI-AN (tea house) the tea room in the garden Design by http://freefacebookcovers.net
Treehouse by Terunobu Fujimori : TAKASUGI-AN (tea house) the tea room in the garden
Tea House,.. Terunobu Fujimori. Casita en el árbol.
Tea House, Terunobu Fujimori. This would make a cool tree house
Tea House by Terunobu Fujimori - Loves it. <3
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I imagine the kitchen-dining would look similar with the window to the courtyard
Drink green tea. Japanese old china cabinet - farm-style.
Japanese old china cabinet - farm-style....
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* Postcard. New Herbs (Wakana) II from the series The Tale of Genji. Japanese, late Meiji era, 1905 By Kajita Hanko, Japanese, 1870–1917
New Herbs (Wakana) II from the series The Tale of Genji Japanese Kajita Hanko, 1905 Overall: 13.8 x 8.8 cm (5 7/16 x 3 7/16 in.) Color lithograph; ink on coated card stock Classification: Postcards Accession number: 2002.967 Leonard A. Lauder Collection of Japanese Postcards
New Herbs (Wakana) II from the series The Tale of Genji Japan Bunendo, 1905. It's a catnip party!
New Herbs (Wakana) II from the series the Tale of GenjiOriginal Title: Wakana Ge, Japanese, Late Meiji era, 1905, Kajita Hanko, Japanese, 1870–1917
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New Herbs (Wakana) I from the series The Tale of Genji, 1905 | by Kajita Hanko
New Herbs (Wakana) — Kajita Hanko (1905)
new herbs (wakana) II / the tale of genji series / kajita hanko / 1905 / leonard a. lauder collection of japanese postcards
New Herbs (Wakana) II from the series The Tale of Genji
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Japanese Architecture: Tatami Mats are made of woven rush grass around a rice straw core and has been used as flooring in traditional Japanese homes since the Nara Period (794-1185). It is said that nobility and samarai would sleep on tatami mats while commoners would sleep on straw.
In Japanese architecture, fusuma (襖) are vertical rectangular panels which can slide from side to side to redefine spaces within a room, or act as doors. #architecture #Japanese
Tatami mats on the floor of the Old Okada House, built in 1674 Tatami mats are a kind of rush flooring used in traditional Japanese homes. Made of woven rush grass around a rice straw core, they are gentle but firm underfoot, and also give off a lovely (I think) scent, especially on rainy or humid days. Increasingly rare in modern Japanese interiors, tatami deserves to be considered as a potential material in all homes. Let's take a look at its rich history.
Beautiful, traditional Japanese home with tatami flooring.
Interior of historic Japanese house
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Japanese paper sliding door, Fusuma 襖
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Japanese traditional style house interior design #natural #interior #design #animals #tranquil #environment
Japanese traditional style house interior design. Note the geese on the fusuma / 和風建築(わふうけんちく) (by TANAKA Juuyoh (田中十洋))
Mural/screen in entry with birds Japanese traditional style house interior design / 和風建築(わふうけんちく) (by TANAKA Juuyoh (田中十洋))
Japanese traditional style house interior design / 和風建築(わふうけんちく) (by TANAKA Juuyoh (田中十洋))
Japanese traditional style house interior design / 和風建築(わふうけんちく)
日本家屋／Japanese traditional style house interior design
Japanese interior #interior #japan
Capsule room hotel｜カプセルホテル
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staying in a quite cozy space, what would people feel and think?
The Capsule Hotel, Tokyo, Japan
This is the Capsule/Hotel Room
Japanese Pod Hotel capsule
By P Chong 16 April 2010 It's possible to travel on a shoe-string in Japan because you can save heaps by staying in those “capsule hotels” - where there won't be any room…
Edo Era Japanese Living Room - Koganei, Tokyo
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Edo Era Japanese Living Room - Koganei, Tokyo...with a pretty big Daruma doll by the front door.
Edo Era Japanese Living Room - Koganei, Tokyo... I want to live here
Inspirational Space | Edo Era Japanese Living Room - Koganei, Tokyo
Edo Era Japanese Living Room - Koganei, Tokyo mood dining/bar
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** Edo Era Japanese Living Room - Koganei, Tokyo
Traditional Living Room - Koganei, Tokyo
Edo Era Japanese Living Room
This photo from Tokyo, Kanto is titled 'Edo Era Japanese Living Room'.
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Where Children Sleep: Japan
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Ever Wondered What A Kids Bedroom In Gaza Looks Like? - These Powerful Images Will Change The Way You Look At The World | ANDY-DICK
The project, titled “Where Children Sleep,” shows children from all parts of the world posing in their bedrooms. Some of the conditions look somewhat livable, while others make cardboard boxes look like prime real estate. Photograph by James Mollison.
"Where Children Sleep" by James Mollison is a really amazing book. Turn each page to learn about a child in the world and see where they sleep (not all of them have bedrooms). This picture is of the bedroom of a 4 year old girl in Tokyo. Mollison does a really good job of showing class disparity in various regions (ie: a pageant princess and a girl who lives in a shack, both in Kentucky).
James Mollison's “Where Children Sleep,” "As he considered how to represent needy children around the world, he wanted to avoid the common devices: pleading eyes, toothless smiles. When he visualized his own childhood, he realized that his bedroom said a lot about what sort of life he led. So he set out to find others"
Where Children Sleep by James Mollison-- this book is so so sad. i should be shared with EVERY child who has their own room with their own toys and who are safe and sound. it will make you cry
Tokyo: From the brilliant series “Where Children Sleep” by James Mollison.:
Amazing toy room!
Kaya's Bedroom (Age 4) - Tokyo, Japan Like you perhaps, I used to hear a phrase that went something like this: 'Eat what's on your plate, there are starving children in Africa that would love to have it.' It was what I remember as my first lesson in comparisons between what was supposed to be the 'haves' and the 'have nots'. There was that phrase. And because my parents were immigrants to the 'new world', I'd often be reminded of another comparison between what they considered my relatively comfortable upbringing as compared to theirs. It was pretty effective in helping me respect what I had. But, in hindsight, it might have been more effective had my parents had a ready access to images to support their statements. Today, with my own children, I find myself sometimes admonishing them with the same statements - a variation on those I heard when I was a child. The comparisons still remain. I'd like them to understand that not everyone may live in the same world they live in. The lesson is twofold. For one thing, they might see what they have that others do not. But, behind that is an even more important message. They might actually see what others have that they do not. I don't think my parents actually considered that second message, as they assumed that what we might have - everyone else wanted too. When I find myself in that position again with my children, now I'll at least have a photo reference at my fingertips to share with them. And, as we all know, there's not much that is stronger than a good image. Photographer James Mollison has taken a series of photos (and by doing so, collected stories) from a variety of children around the world he has encountered in his journeys and created a wonderful book showing us these comparisons titled 'Where Children Sleep'. East, West, North, and South, you might just be surprised to find that there isn't a simple line between what we have and what we don't. Dong's Bedroom (Age 9) - Yunnan, China Alex's 'Bedroom' (Age 9) - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Seeing this book also reminded me of a similar project that takes into account not just a child's perspective, but extends the story to a family perspective. In an interesting book titled 'Material World: A Global Family', by Peter Menzel, we get to see a collection of images that take into account the meaning of possessions. We are offered the same insights from around the world, free to make our own comparisons. These are interesting books to share with our children, as we have in our household. The lesson of comparison and gratitude all the more easier to convey because of them. We live in worlds that seemingly get smaller and smaller at times and our understanding of the world more narrow because of it perhaps. Books, and images, like these help us remember how expansive things really might be. And, at root, the things we might share as humans. the Costa Family with all their possessions - Havana, Cuba
A Japanese kitchen in an LDK isn't much bigger than 7 ft, but doesn't usually have a range--and certainly the laundry is in a separate alcove
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"traditional japanese kitchens are designed to occupy minimal space." #small_space #kitchen #small #japanese
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Not a terribly easily browsable page, but lots of tiny house designs here by Atelier Bow-Wow.
ATELIER BOW WOW tower machiya / shinjuku / tokyo / http://www.bow-wow.jp/profile/works_e.html
Urban Lab Global Cities (ULGC): Tower Machiya by Atelier Bow-Wow
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Atelier Bow-Wow - Tower Machiya. Shinjuku, Tokyo
Tower Machiya by Atelier Bow-Wow – Tokyo, Japan
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Tower Machiya, Tokyo
Beautiful photo taken by Ptan Penta of the Nara-machi Lattice House interior.