A room of Yamaguchi-Kan

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Comments (9)

4ebyrek on August 18, 2007

vov... =-) eto kryta =-) russo turisto poblico morale =-)

taoy (keep Panoramio… on September 4, 2007

Thanks for your comment :)

Euplio Archeo on April 14, 2009

Great! A tipically Nippo-House!

arch.khazarian on November 25, 2009

I Like this :))

Greetings, Alfred Khazarian

taoy (keep Panoramio… on November 25, 2009

Thank you Alfred for visiting and commenting.

I'm glad you like this.

Greetings from Japan.

Kepri on October 30, 2010

GOOD

taoy (keep Panoramio… on November 1, 2010

Thank you Kepri for visiting and commenting.

It's a typical Japanese room of typical Japanese Inn.

Greetings from Tokyo, Japan.

taoy (keep Panoramio… on November 7, 2010

Thank you anoush for visiting and commenting.

I'm not sure is this a minimalism or not, but it's just typical in Japan.

If you have time, please see my other photos.

Best wishes from Tokyo, Japan.

taoy (keep Panoramio… on November 8, 2010

Hi anoush. I understand. For us Japanese, it is obvious, but from European people's point of view, it may seem strange. In fact, the table in the center is housed in a fold at bedtime, the futons (Japanese blankets to sleep on tatami) were laid in the space.

But it is also not typical in ordinary people's house in Japan. Our lives have been westernized, so our rooms are kind of messy too.

Greetings from Tokyo, Japan.

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Photo taken in Shima, Nakanojo, Agatsuma District, Gunma Prefecture 377-0601, Japan
Yamaguchikan

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  • Uploaded on December 21, 2006
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    by taoy (keep Panoramio…
    • Camera: RICOH Caplio R5
    • Taken on 2006/10/05 14:24:10
    • Exposure: 0.200s (1/5)
    • Focal Length: 4.60mm
    • F/Stop: f/3.300
    • ISO Speed: ISO64
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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