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The Japanese House: Architecture and Interiors (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 10. April 2012

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"Fifteen Japanese homes, complete with shoji screens and tatami mats, in 224 color photos." "Associated Press""

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Alexandra Black spent five years in Japan studying Japanese language, culture, and art and architecture. She lives in London.
Noburu Murata is one of Japan's most proficient interiors photographer. His photos can be found in the Japanese EllT Deco and other leading lifestyle magazines. He lives in Tokyo.

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HASH(0x94674ae0) von 5 Sternen should cherish the style as Japanese too 2. März 2005
Von taka(Japanese - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I am a man that lives in Tokyo, the metropolitan of Japan. Recently in about thirty years, Japanese living styles have changed extremely, that is, the styles are getting to be foreign styles, the windows: not Syouji, tables: not Tyabudai, floorings: not tatami and so on. Especially in big city like Tokyo, Oosaka and Nagoya the tendency is plain. Though there will be the many reasons that recent Japan have gotten to be such situations, recent Japanese especially young men may wish such cool design like European style, for instance, a data was reported a few years ago, the length of foots per over-all body height of Japanese students have gotten to be long, some specialists of the genre say that the cause will be that young men use chairs of styles that stretch their legs, not the Seiza style that have existed from long ago. Off course the cause may be by other aspects like abundant foods. But I approve about the opinion of specialists too.

Certainly though the old Japanese living styles are disappearing in big cities, if we go to local towns or villages, there will be many traditional style house. Now, some people (especially the adults over 40 years old) who are living in big cities like Tokyo lived and sent in such traditional house style of local towns for their boys or girls age. After all when they got to be about 20 years old, they went out from the towns and went to Tokyo etc because they yearned for the fashions or convenience of Tokyo.

They become businessmen, when they take long vacations of summer or new-year some of them go back to their towns or villages of their home countries. And they say then "the most comfortable place is my hometown and house after all". Off course the their saying may be because they are released from daily stress like hard working, but I think that another reason exists, that is, Japanese traditional house styles may give the influences to such feeling.

For instance, when they see garden (Teien) they will be calm, that is not always the scenery, though foreigners do not know about that, Tatami generates slight natural smell because Tatami is made from grass (Igusa). So when they sleep by Futon style on Tatami directly (not bed style in many cases of local town), they feel the slight smell from Tatami, and feel nostalgia as if they go back to their child age.

Since I have been in Tokyo from my birth, unfortunately I have not the local hometown like them. But I feel the smell of Tatami, am very calm down.

I felt that should cherish the old styles as Japanese too.

Thank you for reading poor English.
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HASH(0x946dec30) von 5 Sternen Beautiful Rooms, Art, and Arch. Detail 7. Januar 2004
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Ranks with "Japanese Style" in terms of capturing the beauty of Japanese aesthetic in interior and architectural detail. Houses depicted were of various periods, mostly traditional, and were actual homes as lived in today. Also, rooms display art, screens, indigo fabric and ikibana in real setting.
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HASH(0x945c9f84) von 5 Sternen Low-budget color print 14. März 2007
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Don't expect much content in textual form. The book is a photo book, and there are many excellent pictures of japanese houses and interiors in terms of themes and photographical skill.

What is totaly contradictory to this, is the poor low-budget color printing chosen by Tuttle publishers. The pictures are devaluated by a easily seen coarse printing sreen.
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HASH(0x94776174) von 5 Sternen Pass on this one 2. Juli 2015
Von John D - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I was looking for a Japanese architectural reference book and decided, after shifting online through several books, to try this one. I found it to be totally lacking, the pictures aren't well lit or well taken in general, there are lots of artsy cropped close-ups of flowers, shoes and so on? What the book implies is not there, no stunning or even interesting architecture to speak of. This is the first architecture book I've ever bought that just didn't have good shots of buildings, construction details and rooms. A bit amateurish. I've looked it over several times now and boring is about the best thing I can say, useless is the most truthful.
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HASH(0x946a8db0) von 5 Sternen If you truly want minimalist and traditional . . . 22. April 2003
Von Laura Vervaecke - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Have too many empty rooms? Than this is the book for you. I will agree that this book was beautiful and interesting in historic architectural aspect, but if you are looking to incorporate some asian design themes into your current residence, I wouldn't recommend it. I found this book to be many examples of the same thing - an almost empty room with a screened doorway. There were some interesting gardens, but unless you are actually planning on throwing away all of your furniture (or you don't have any yet) I found it not very beneficial. Nothing wrong with this book - but felt it necessary to point this out to potential buyers as the book is appropriately pricey and the ideas hard to adapt to an already western home.
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