This room in kyoto japan is a beautiful example of wabi sabi.  With it's simplicity naturalness and subtle imperfections it gives a peaceful and authentic feel.

This room in kyoto japan is a beautiful example of wabi sabi. With it's simplicity naturalness and subtle imperfections it gives a peaceful and authentic feel.

"At the temple there is a poem called "Loss" carved into the stone./ It has three words. / But the poet has scratched them out / You cannot read loss, only feel it..." / ~ Memoirs of a Geisha

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Lantern-slide image of Hieizan Enryakuji temple at Mount Hiei, Kyoto, ca. attributed to Kozaburo Tamura and published by T. Takagi of Kobe, Japan. The color in the image was added later and may not be accurate.

thekimonogallery: [wiki]: Haruna Shrine is a Shinto shrine located in Takasaki, Gunma Prefecture, Japan. MountHaruna, the mountain where the shrine is located, is one of the “ThreeMountains of Jōmō” and the shrine has a close relationship with the shrines of the other two mountains, MountAkagi and MountMyōgi.

thekimonogallery: “ [wiki]: Haruna Shrine is a Shinto shrine located in Takasaki, Gunma Prefecture, Japan. MountHaruna, the mountain where the shrine is located, is one of the “ThreeMountains of Jōmō”.

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Hyakunin Isshu, Poem 21ima komu toihishi bakari ninagatsuki noariake no tsuki womachi-idetsuru kana???????????????????????????just because you said "I'll come right away"I have ended up waitingfor the wan crescent of the moonin the morning sky of the Ninth MonthThe Buddhist Priest Sosei (c. 844-910)Sosei Hoshi by Kano Tan'yu, 1648The complaint of a woman who has waited a long night for her lover who didn't show up. Although the writer is a man, this poem has been written from

Hyakunin Isshu, Poem 21ima komu toihishi bakari ninagatsuki noariake no tsuki womachi-idetsuru kana???????????????????????????just because you said "I'll come right away"I have ended up waitingfor the wan crescent of the moonin the morning sky of the Ninth MonthThe Buddhist Priest Sosei (c. 844-910)Sosei Hoshi by Kano Tan'yu, 1648The complaint of a woman who has waited a long night for her lover who didn't show up. Although the writer is a man, this poem has been written from


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