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Genkan é a área de entrada tradicional para casas e prédios japoneses constituída de uma varanda, ou uma sala, com um tapete onde deve-se retirar os sapatos. A função principal do genkan é evitar que as sujeiras da rua que ficaram no sapato entrem dentro da casa, ou qualquer edifício.  O genkan é geralmente construído em desnível com o piso da casa para conter as sujeiras vindas da rua. Após retirado, os sapatos são geralmente dispostos com a frente virada para a porta, para serem vestidos…

Genkan é a área de entrada tradicional para casas e prédios japoneses constituída de uma varanda, ou uma sala, com um tapete onde deve-se retirar os sapatos. A função principal do genkan é evitar que as sujeiras da rua que ficaram no sapato entrem dentro da casa, ou qualquer edifício. O genkan é geralmente construído em desnível com o piso da casa para conter as sujeiras vindas da rua. Após retirado, os sapatos são geralmente dispostos com a frente virada para a porta, para serem vestidos…

14. Ofuro Ofuro is the Japanese word for bath. In old Japan, homes didn't have baths and people visited communal baths known as sento each evening. By the Meiji-era, baths started to become a more common feature in houses. Japanese baths are usually in a separate room from the toilet. They often have an adjoining dressing room. The baths themselves tend to be deep but short. It's customary to completely clean yourself before entering the bath. A17 Classic Features of Japanese Houses - Japan…

14. Ofuro Ofuro is the Japanese word for bath. In old Japan, homes didn't have baths and people visited communal baths known as sento each evening. By the Meiji-era, baths started to become a more common feature in houses. Japanese baths are usually in a separate room from the toilet. They often have an adjoining dressing room. The baths themselves tend to be deep but short. It's customary to completely clean yourself before entering the bath. A17 Classic Features of Japanese Houses - Japan…

4. Engawa An engawa is an outer corridor that wraps around a Japanese house. These were traditionally used as a separator between delicate shoji and outer storm shutters. When the storm shutters are shut, engawa feel something like a secret passageway that circles a house and can be extremely narrow. In some cases, large houses have a wide engawa that resembles a wrap-around veranda when the storm shutters are open.17 Classic Features of Japanese Houses - Japan Talk

4. Engawa An engawa is an outer corridor that wraps around a Japanese house. These were traditionally used as a separator between delicate shoji and outer storm shutters. When the storm shutters are shut, engawa feel something like a secret passageway that circles a house and can be extremely narrow. In some cases, large houses have a wide engawa that resembles a wrap-around veranda when the storm shutters are open.17 Classic Features of Japanese Houses - Japan Talk

3. Wagoya Japanese carpenters developed advanced joinery techniques and occasionally constructed large buildings without using any nails. Complex wooden joints tied with rope can be seen in the frames of old Japanese houses. Traditional frames, known as wagoya, have a post-and-lintel design.17 Classic Features of Japanese Houses - Japan Talk

3. Wagoya Japanese carpenters developed advanced joinery techniques and occasionally constructed large buildings without using any nails. Complex wooden joints tied with rope can be seen in the frames of old Japanese houses. Traditional frames, known as wagoya, have a post-and-lintel design.17 Classic Features of Japanese Houses - Japan Talk

Chabudai são mesas com pernas curtas que são usados ​​ao sentar-se no chão.Eles são mais tipicamente usado em pisos de tatami, mas fazer aparições em pisos mais duros também. É comum que as famílias façam uma refeição ou reunião em um chabudai enquanto está sentado no zabuton.

Chabudai são mesas com pernas curtas que são usados ​​ao sentar-se no chão.Eles são mais tipicamente usado em pisos de tatami, mas fazer aparições em pisos mais duros também. É comum que as famílias façam uma refeição ou reunião em um chabudai enquanto está sentado no zabuton.

Ukiyo-e, or "pictures of floating worlds" were woodblock prints that became wildly popular in 17th -19th century Japan. Emerging as a spontaneous artistic development, they remain, to this day, as some of the most well-known imagery and, by extension, some of the most readily available

Ukiyo-e, or "pictures of floating worlds" were woodblock prints that became wildly popular in 17th -19th century Japan. Emerging as a spontaneous artistic development, they remain, to this day, as some of the most well-known imagery and, by extension, some of the most readily available

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