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Kakushoukaku in Sankeien garden, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan

Kakushoukaku in Sankeien garden, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan

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Check out the latest Japanese Architecture. Click the image to get access to our website. Welcome :-)

Day 14: The bullet train whisks you from Osaka to near Mt. Fuji. Arcana Izu, a private onsen (hot spring), and shockingly good French cuisine www.boutiquejapan.com

Day 14: The bullet train whisks you from Osaka to near Mt. Fuji. Arcana Izu, a private onsen (hot spring), and shockingly good French cuisine www.boutiquejapan.com

This traditional Japanese room has subtle Zen influences, such as organic wood surfaces, a large layout, and open views of nature.

This traditional Japanese room has subtle Zen influences, such as organic wood surfaces, a large layout, and open views of nature.

Balcony Garden Dreaming: Indoor Japanese garden of dreams

Balcony Garden Dreaming: Indoor Japanese garden of dreams

Loft renovation for young family is inspired by Japanese micro-apartments : TreeHugger

Loft renovation for young family is inspired by Japanese micro-apartments : TreeHugger

Hirashima —if there are any people in the world who are very clever about space, and design, and minimalism – it’s the Japanese.

Hirashima —if there are any people in the world who are very clever about space, and design, and minimalism – it’s the Japanese.

Zen garden comes indoors. (A small version of this for indoor/outdoor would be lovely)

Zen garden comes indoors. (A small version of this for indoor/outdoor would be lovely)

Mikili – Bicycle Furniture  A bookshelf that is also a bicycle rack? Love.

Mikili – Bicycle Furniture A bookshelf that is also a bicycle rack? Love.

Who wouldn’t love to have implements stored in a pullout like this one, in a design by Kirstin Havnaer, Hearthstone Interior Design? They are stored upright (no rummaging) and within arm’s reach of the cooktop. Via Houzz

Who wouldn’t love to have implements stored in a pullout like this one, in a design by Kirstin Havnaer, Hearthstone Interior Design? They are stored upright (no rummaging) and within arm’s reach of the cooktop. Via Houzz