An illustrated Guide to Japanese Traditional Architecture and Everyday Things

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Are you fascinated by Japanese architecture and applied art? Would you like to know how the room for a traditional tea ceremony is constructed, what is tokonoma, what are the names of the characteristic elements of Japanese castles and a whole range of traditional Japanese items? It is hard to find a better position that explains it all with short descriptions and drawings and in such a beautiful and aesthetic form.

Everyone will find something for themselves here: people fascinated by Japanese gardens, fans of Japanese paper, but also everyone who loves Japanese literature and wants to understand better what is behind the difficult names of things described on the pages of the novel – lanterns displayed on the occasion of festivals, butsudan altars or specially tied envelopes.

And as a bonus, the book is bilingual (English-Japanese), so it’s perfect for anyone learning Japanese.

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ISBN

9784473042378

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Pages

144

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Year

2018

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