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Japanese homes

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Kyoto Holiday House 'Garaku-an' | MACHIYA RESIDENCE INN Kyoto

Rent this entire traditional machiya holiday house (vacation rental) in Kyoto, Japan. 1 station from the main Kyoto Station. Ideal for families & groups.

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10+ Inspiring Traditional Japanese Bathroom Design Ideas to Create a Tranquil Oasis • 333+ Images • [ArtFacade]

Discover the beauty of traditional Japanese bathroom design, featuring unique elements and techniques that create calming and harmonious spaces inspired by Japanese aesthetics. Explore various designs that seamlessly integrate natural materials, minimalist layouts, and indoor-outdoor connections to create visually stunning and functional bathrooms perfect for relaxation and rejuvenation.

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Here's the quintessence of Japanese home cooking: an aromatic, protein-rich broth served over rice. Admittedly, Japanese cooking leans heavily on sugar--for a less traditional taste, you could reduce or even omit the sugar. #japaneserecipes #ricebowl #dinnerideas #healthyrecipes
This Japanese home decor style has been gaining international popularity over the last few years because of its simplicity and rejection of materialism. These ideas are packaged in an aesthetically pleasing, minimalist interior design style. However, Muji style is more than just a type of interior design style, it is a lifestyle. So, how do you go about starting to adapt the Muji style in your life?
Japandi – the aesthetic of this novel trend combines Scandinavian minimalism with clean lines of Japanese home decor. And of course candles are also a must. This DIY idea for a homemade tealight holder with a terrazzo pattern is fun and wonderfully relaxing. The design is kept simple and the colour scheme in woody brown and soft nude tones exudes calm and serenity. This is precisely what characterises the Japandi trend and ensures cosiness despite minimalism.
Make these sweet Japanese treats easily at home!!!