Very often in Japan, the limit between outdoors and indoors is pretty blurred. It’s great when you’re in a tea house in the Ritsurin Garden. Not so much like now in the middle of winter when it’s almost as cold inside as it is outside.

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5 thoughts on “Indoors – Outdoors”

  1. This is a big part of what I like about Japanese houses the indoor-outdoor feel achieved by sliding doors. This design principle is being used more and more on new houses in Australia and it is creating some amazing rooms.

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