Wooden Molds for Japanese Sweets by Shoko Maeda

Japanese Kimono Fabric

Shoki-Imari Blue & White Porcelain Sake Cup

Early Edo period, early-mid 17th century

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Japanese Spiced Sake served at New Year

pronunciation | fU-bU-tsU-shE (foo-boo-tsoo-shee)
kanji | 風物詩
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pronunciation | fU-bU-tsU-shE (foo-boo-tsoo-shee)

kanji | 風物詩

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”[秋思] the sadness associated with seeing the leaves changing their colors, and beginning to fall  it means that the dark, cold months of winter are inching ever closer, day by day. shuushi (submitted by nymphali-dae)

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Vintage Japanese Silk

burnt orange, woven with Japanese symbols & geometrics

Japanese Side Dishes

Japanese Side Dishes

Japanese Poster

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Japanese tea ceremony utensils

"Listening to Waves" vase, Heisei period (1989 - present), 2004
Sakiyama Takayuki (Japanese, born 1958)

"Listening to Waves" vase, Heisei period (1989 - present), 2004

Sakiyama Takayuki (Japanese, born 1958)

Mikiko NAKANO

Japan

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Traditional Japanese Tea (by ajpscs)

Album Art

Japanese Traditional Music | Koto and Shakuhachi

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The Sketchbooks of KAWASE Hasui -  “Konjikido in Snow, Hiraizumi”
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The Sketchbooks of KAWASE Hasui -  “Konjikido in Snow, Hiraizumi”

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