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Monday, June 25, 2012

Yellowish paper doors



This authentic Japanese room has a nice taste. The white paper sliding doors look yellowish through the light from two incandescent lamps. Lovely lamps. I took this picture in the Horino Memorial Museum, where you can experience "machiya" style architecture and the original form of a Kyoto brewery.

This is part of Mellow Yellow Monday.

9 comments:

  1. I find Japanese house very beautiful. How they make this paper wall amazes me. Thanks for sharing!

    Kim,USA

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  2. Interesting doors..

    Visiting for MYM- hope you can stop by..

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  3. i love the warm glow...it has a calming effect.

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  4. Very nice, those lamps. The soft glow. These doors are very special but I am I a liitle bit afraid: it is noisy? If I tell you a little secret others at the other side of the door cant hear what I say :-) Or not?

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    1. Hi Jedidja
      Yes, exactly! Other people at the other side can hear you. The time of No privacy!

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  5. Lovely! The way the Japanese use paper is wonderful and has always fascinated me. I love all sorts of paper - to write on, draw on, paint on and to use in crafts.

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