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HardCover. Pages: 240 Publisher: 8 BOOKS New Zen is a unique publication aa collection of the most innovative modern Japanese tea ceremony rooms. Or chashitsu. Designed by contemporary architects. Traditionally chashitsu are made up of certain elements a an alcove (tokonoma). with a flower and painted scroll. tatami mats. a sunken heart (ro) and chashitsu windows a never ...more
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Published April 1st 2007 by Eight Books
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