Listening to traditional Japanese piano music is a relaxing thing. I love to do it whenever I need to block out the ambient noise around me, focusing on whatever work lies before me.
It’s somehow touching my heart and I’m realizing that the degree of effortlessness involved with the music is, in fact, reflecting a perfectionism present throughout the Japanese culture.
This level of thoughtfulness is astounding and can be found in almost every aspect of Japanese life. In contemplation of a deep connection between ourselves and nature, the way you live is absolutely important and old Japanese houses reflect that in every cell of its wooden framework.
A room rarely has a specific purpose, as it only becomes a place to live when there’s an object like a teapot signaling just that or a group of people coming together. Everything flows permanently and is designed in such a way that invites nature into your life.
If you want to know how it all comes together so harmoniously, you can have a look at Yokoso Japanese Gardens Zenkei series. These houses are produced to emulate the ancient Japanese themes using a modern design approach, robust materials, and advanced techniques... read more
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