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Hall lining the garden or courtyard. I like this one more than standard Japanese halls because the outside panels are glass instead of solid wood. You can still enjoy the outdoors on cold or wet days.

Japanese soaking tub | Gardenista

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Small courtyard gardens known as tsubo niwas became popular in Japan during the 15th Century. The gardens were common in Japanese cities and were often found at the homes of wealthy merchants.

lich-tung: “ “ Small courtyard gardens known as tsubo niwas became popular in Japan during the Century. The gardens were common in Japanese cities and were often found at the homes of wealthy merchants.

Uno sguardo nelle stagioni

Genko-an Temple (Kyoto,JAPAN) Summer/Fall/Winter This is great, I've always wanted to do a picture series of the seasons outside a single window.

Japanese "Engawa"

Can't bring the ocean to your backyard? You could always set up a koi pond underneath your back porch.

japanese wabi shabi design 6

How To Add Japanese Style To Your Home

Our homes should be the place where we feel most calm and peace, and what better style to promote these feelings of serenity than a zen inspired space, like tho

This is a bold way to bring nature into a scheme with a look of permanence and stability rather than in a moveable pot.

The project aims to be a bright and open space filled with natural light and greenery. ANH HOUSE - Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam by Sanuki + Nishizawa architects. Very Zen.

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Another great example of great interior design and ultimately symmetry and composition based on the viewer in the room - Meigetsu-in, Japan: photo by feel_so_happy,

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