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Shoji are Japanese screens made with a wood frame and panes of translucent paper. Japanese shoji are used as windows, doors and room dividers. In this interior, it allows natural diffused light into rooms while providing privacy.

How To Add Japanese Style To Your Home

Shoji are Japanese screens made with a wood frame and panes of translucent paper. Japanese shoji are used as windows, doors and room dividers. In this interior, it allows natural diffused light into rooms while providing privacy.

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Great wood work

Japanese Living Room Decoration

Japanese Living Room Decoration

Washitsu - Japanese Room

Washitsu - Japanese Room

Irori 囲炉裏 Japanese fireplace sunken from the floor

Irori 囲炉裏 Japanese fireplace sunken from the floor

Washitsu (Japanese style room), is a term used as an antonym for yoshitsu (Western style room). A feature of washitsu is tatami flooring. Washitsu usually have sliding doors (fusuma). They may have shoji & if used as a reception room, it may have a tokonoma (alcove for decorative items). Today, many Japanese houses have only 1 washitsu, used for entertaining guests. The furniture in a washitsu may include a low table at which a family may eat dinner or entertain guests, while sitting on…

Washitsu (Japanese style room), is a term used as an antonym for yoshitsu (Western style room). A feature of washitsu is tatami flooring. Washitsu usually have sliding doors (fusuma). They may have shoji & if used as a reception room, it may have a tokonoma (alcove for decorative items). Today, many Japanese houses have only 1 washitsu, used for entertaining guests. The furniture in a washitsu may include a low table at which a family may eat dinner or entertain guests, while sitting on…

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