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Iris Garden in Horikiri  by Hiroshi Yoshida, 1928

Iris Garden in Horikiri by Hiroshi Yoshida, 1928 **very strange and magical tree -- rhl

CREATE A ZEN INTERIOR WITH JAPANESE STYLE INFLUENCE/ SEE MORE AT: http://modernhomedecor.eu/home-decorating-ideas/create-zen-interior-japanese-style-influence/

2 (Interior) This is the interior of a Japanese home because of the Tatami floor and the use of the wood throughout the space.

Watercolour palette with a collection of pots with the intent of painting and drawing. Crackle glazes and mahogany.

Simple and eloquent! By Florian Gadsby "Watercolour palette with a collection of pots with the intent of painting and drawing. Crackle glazes and mahogany.

The Nanjing-based architecture studio added the gabled meditation room, which features glass walls, to the centre of the heritage-listed house.    The meditative space protrudes outwards and overhangs the base of the existing structure of the house, appearing as if it is suspended over a gravelled area of the courtyard.

A glazed meditation room overlooks traditional courtyard in Nanjing home

The Nanjing-based architecture studio added the gabled meditation room, which features glass walls, to the centre of the heritage-listed house. The meditative space protrudes outwards and overhangs the base of the existing structure of the house, appea

"Egret (Egretta garzetta) on a Snowy Branch" (ca1910-23) by Koson Ohara / Ohara Shoson by Plum leaves, via Flickr

"Egret (Egretta garzetta) on a Snowy Branch" by Koson Ohara / Ohara Shoson [Japanese woodblock printmaker

Ohara Koson - Swallow Over the Ocean Wave

Artist: Ohara Koson Title: Swallow over the Ocean Wave Source: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria

Kawase Hasui, (Japanese, 1883 - 1957), Night Rain At Omiya, 1930, Woodblock print; ink and color on paper.

yama-bato: “ Night Rain At Omiya 1930 Kawase Hasui , (Japanese, 1883 - Showa era Woodblock print; ink and color on paper H: W: cm Japan ”

Tadao Ando Temple KomyojiSaijo Ehime Japon | Maisons et lieux publics

The temple is no longer adequate for use in religious rites but the monks have expressed a need for an area where they could hold community meetings a space open to

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