This moss should grow on the slag from the mills which we find in our Lake Superior.

25+ Gorgeous Gardens So Tiny They'll Fit In The Palm Of Your Hand

The “Kumiko” woodwork technique was developed in Japan in the Asuka Era…

Kumiko: art technique of assembling small wooden pieces without nails / Shinichi Sugawara, Iwate, Japan

.Pink and Black blossoms - Kanzashi inspiration - idea only, links to a Russian website

Pink and Black blossoms - Kanzashi inspiration - idea only, links to a Russian website

Black Raku tea bowl by Raku Chojiro (1500′s), founder of Raku ware under the guidance of Sen no Rikyu, who established chanoyu, the tea ceremony.

Black Raku tea bowl by Raku Chojiro founder of Raku ware under the guidance of Sen no Rikyu, who established chanoyu, the tea ceremony.

日本人形 八重垣 (やえがき)

Yakgake-Hime, She Danced with Her Intended Fiancé's Helmet Before a Major Battle. By Artist Unknown.

樂焼 RAKU WARE|樂美術館 -収蔵作品:十五代 吉左衞門 <昭和24(1949)~>

The Raku Museum is the unique specialisitic museum of Raku ware exhibiting a collection of Raku pieces handed down by the Raku family, a ceramic dynasty of 450 years' history and making further studies on this subject.

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