1. Camera: Nikon D90
  2. Aperture: f/16
  3. Exposure: 1/125th
  4. Focal Length: 60mm

Yumiko (by HarQ Photography)

Nara, Japan

Timeless (by Rekishi no Tabi)

Geiko Yukako of Gion

Bamboo Forest (by Teruhide Tomori)

Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine, Kyoto.

House of Vision by Kouichi Kimura Architects

Shiga, Japan

Terunobu Fujimori, a professor of architecture at the University of Tokyo, built his boyhood dream hideaway in Takasugi-an, a teahouse on stilts, in the bottom of his father’s garden.

House of Satsukigaoka

Osaka, Japan

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Atelier Bow Wow - Asama house, Karuizawa, Japan  Via
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(via subtilitas:) Atelier Bow Wow - Asama house, Karuizawa, Japan  Via
(via subtilitas:) Atelier Bow Wow - Asama house, Karuizawa, Japan  Via
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Atelier Bow WowAsama house, Karuizawa, Japan  Via

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Raum Associates - Subashiri house, Shizuoka, Japan  Via
photos: Takeshi Noguchi
(via subtilitas:) Raum Associates - Subashiri house, Shizuoka, Japan  Via
photos: Takeshi Noguchi
(via subtilitas:) Raum Associates - Subashiri house, Shizuoka, Japan  Via
photos: Takeshi Noguchi
(via subtilitas:) Raum Associates - Subashiri house, Shizuoka, Japan  Via
photos: Takeshi Noguchi
(via subtilitas:) Raum Associates - Subashiri house, Shizuoka, Japan  Via
photos: Takeshi Noguchi
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Raum Associates - Subashiri house, Shizuoka, Japan  Via

photos: Takeshi Noguchi

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Hiroshi Kuno - House for the architect’s brother, Otaru City, Japan, 2014
An amazing sense of space for such a small footprint.  Via
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An amazing sense of space for such a small footprint.  Via
(via subtilitas:) Hiroshi Kuno - House for the architect’s brother, Otaru City, Japan, 2014
An amazing sense of space for such a small footprint.  Via
(via subtilitas:) Hiroshi Kuno - House for the architect’s brother, Otaru City, Japan, 2014
An amazing sense of space for such a small footprint.  Via
(via subtilitas:) Hiroshi Kuno - House for the architect’s brother, Otaru City, Japan, 2014
An amazing sense of space for such a small footprint.  Via
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Hiroshi Kuno - House for the architect’s brother, Otaru City, Japan, 2014

An amazing sense of space for such a small footprint.  Via

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Kyoto, Japan by K A T H R Y N C L A R K

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Preparation for Oiran Performance by Takero KAWABATA

Phantomeiko (by Shinya Arimoto)