In Zen there are seven aesthetic principles for achieving Wabi-Sabi: Fukinsei: asymmetry, irregularity; Kanso: simplicity; Koko: basic, weathered; Shizen: without pretense, natural; Yugen: subtly profound grace, not obvious; Datsuzoku: unbounded by convention, free; Seijaku: tranquility.

Decoración estilo wabi-sabi

Evoking Wabi-Sabi principles (of simplicity and humility, the rejection of all that is superfluous or artificial) by Interior designer Axel Vervoordt together with Japanese architect Tatsuro Miki.

Ginko carpet at Yamazaki Shoten Temple, Kyoto, Japan 山崎聖天 京都

Ginko carpet at Yamazaki Shoten Temple, Kyoto, Japan 山崎聖天 京都 : And the sight of all those little fan shaped leaves twisting on a ground of color must amaze.

Japanese colors 常磐色 tokiwa-iro : Japanese has many words for colors. This green is "tokiwa-iro" and means "deep green like the leaf of evergreen tree"

Is it a flower-monster or simply nature? Yedda Morrison draws a fine line between art and artificial.

Japanese tea ceremony

thekimonogallery: “ Japanese tea ceremony by Takao Tsushim ” Little Known Catholic History Fact: It was St. Francis Xavier who gave Japan the tea ceremony and introduced the drink to the rest of the.

Bamboo path of Arashiyama, Kyoto, Japan

Bamboo path of Arashiyama, Kyoto, Japan Gorgeous photo. Would love to see it blown up and at the end of a hallway.

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