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Japanese Garden - firs and large rocks
Japanese style hut...Japanese tea house...Japanese Teahouse...Japanese style tea house...Japanese Tea House
“adorable love this” — Samantha Verplank
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Photo shows Japanese Tea House west side. The gravel path contains a Japanese dry river bed and an Inukshuk sculpture, metaphysically designed. The
Japanese Tea House in place of old Spring House
Japanese Tea House - buildings and gardens/trees for sound barrier and enlightenment
This impressive stacked-stone figure on the path to a Japanese teahouse is based on the inukshuk, a landmark cairn long used by native Arctic peoples.
“like rock sculpture” — jodiebliss
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Japanese Tea House
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The location and placement of the Japanese Tea House is very specific and was based on mathematical, metaphysical and spiritual principles. This Tea House
Great tea house in midst of Japanese moss garden with stone waterfall.
4. Japanese teahouse. Hidden in a far corner of the garden, nestled among trees, a traditional Japanese-style teahouse would make a restorative retreat
Japanese teahouseHidden in a far corner of the garden, nestled among trees, a traditional Japanese-style teahouse would make
incorporating buildings, interiors and gardens — resident there, including this Japanese teahouse and its roji garden. Here, traditional elements share time and
Japanese garden - grasses, fir trees
“sweet garden” — Anwar Dominguez Villanueva
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Japanese Tea House
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Front double door entrance to Japanese Tea House. Photo displays a wood front porch with a reclaimed sandstone in the middle. The building is constructed
constructed with 8 different kinds of wood. The Japanese-style roof is constructed from copper and contains 4 skylight windows. Photo Credits: Dan Drobnick
Japanese Tea House in roji garden
“Asian design” — fengshuilady
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Mt. Baker Courtyard
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Love the teak stool/chair...where is it from?
out door shower in Seatle. Georgeous teak stool!
teak wood stool for Master shower...Japanese looking stool
“Shingles with siding” — weejees
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Japanese Tea House
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Photo shows a front view of the Japanese tea House before an Tea Ceremony was held. Photo credits: Dan Drobnick
Calling it a Japanese tea house seems so strange when it has very little to do with the style or function of a Japanese Tea
elements, but I would not call them "Japanese". You would find it basically lacking in all required elements for a Japanese tea house, in spite of it's "prettiness"
not and never was any intended disrespect aimed at the Japanese culture. This particular Japanese Tea House, designed using metaphysical principles, was
question and taking the time to write. It appears that you are a fan of Japanese architectural and design style as are we. It is not only beautiful and
“Rock & wood outdoor steps” — Cat Hudgins
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Japanese Tea House
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the Japanese Tea House. The top triangular window is hand blown glass with crystals embedded. In the forefront is part of the inner Roji Japanese Garden
Garden that surrounds the entire Japanese Tea House. Photo Credits: Dan Drobnick
the Japanese Tea House. The top triangular window is hand blown glass with crystals embedded. In the forefront is part of the inner Roji Japanese Garden
Garden that surrounds the entire Japanese Tea House.
“refugio” — jadgm
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Japanese Tea House
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Photo shows the interior of the Japanese Tea House. The four skylights have hand carved overlay screens. The open ceiling shows the beauty of the design
Photo shows the interior of the Japanese Tea House. The four skylights have hand carved overlay screens. The open
Interior view of japanese tea house
“Ying et yang” — saylee01
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