By: Nicholas Bornoff & Michael Freeman
Japan has always intrigued the world with its deceptively simple blending of architecture, art, landscape and design– and of course the numerous works of art and collectibles that have emerged from this tradition.
This book presents over 60 different items with beautiful photos and short but detailed history and uses of these everyday objects associated with Japan. These include: tea ceremony items, shoji screens, kimonos & dolls (to name a few).
It also documents and pictures many unusual items most Westerners may not know about.
Softcover, 143 pages