A traditional Japanese house complete with sliding doors everywhere. A great way of maximising space.

Irori - Japanese traditional open fireplace sunken in the surface of the wooden floor; hearth around the fireplace 囲炉裏

Wood Katana Tut.-Sageo Knot by ~piratecaptain on deviantART

-Sageo Knot by ~piratecaptain on deviantART I like this idea for the triple trees, maybe. Or, maybe I've watched too many old samurai movies.

Tokyo, Japan

Kumanoza shrine, Kumamoto, Japan 熊野座神社~this minds me on the film hotarubi no mori e

Basement Ecommerce - Love a good success story? Learn how I went from zero to 1 million in sales in 5 months with an e-commerce store.

Basement Ecommerce - Love a good success story? Learn how I went from zero to 1 million in sales in 5 months with an e-commerce store. - Love a good success story? Learn how I went from zero to 1 million in sales in 5 months with an e-commerce store.

Kendo takes dedication, ferocity, and an absolute sense of inner peace and serenity that can only be found in a martial art.

Kendo takes dedication, ferocity, and an absolute sense of inner peace and serenity that can only be found in a martial art.

The traditional Japanese craft of Wajima Nuri (Wajima lacquerware) involves a long, complicated process with dozens of steps involving wood, lacquer, gold, silver, and mother-of-pearl to produce the best lacquerware in the world. Much of this work, both traditional and modern, can be viewed in musea and workshops across Wajima.

The traditional Japanese craft of Wajima Nuri (Wajima lacquerware) involves a long, complicated process with dozens of steps involving wood, lacquer, gold, silver, and mother-of-pearl to produce the best lacquerware in the world. Much of this work, both traditional and modern, can be viewed in musea and workshops across Wajima.

In Love with Japan

In Love with Japan

A shinai, the bamboo sword to practice kendo on the floor of the dojō of Wakamatsu Castle in Wakamatsu, Fukushime prefecture, Japan. Photo © Flavio Gallozzi - All rights reserved.

A shinai, the bamboo sword to practice kendo on the floor of the dojō of Wakamatsu Castle in Wakamatsu, Fukushime prefecture, Japan. Photo © Flavio Gallozzi - All rights reserved.

Knot

Kendo, Sword, Traditional Japanese, Katana, Japanese Culture, Fencing, Samurai, Martial Arts, Workouts

1.) Men 2.) Dō 3.) Kote 4.) Tsuki  Four ways to earn a point in a Kendō match.

"men" "do" "kote" "Love" ("Men めん”"Do どう""Kote こて""Suki すき") Men,Do,Kote and Tsuki are the target areas (datotsu-bui) in kendo. The word "Tsuki" sounds like a word "Love(=suki)" in Japanese.

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