Monday, November 27, 2006

Sudare, barred lattice of bamboo

Ninna-ji Temple, Kyoto sightseeing
As the previous post of sudare, this mainly has three purposes.

This softly divides the space into the outside and the inside. In other words, this connects the outside and the inside by allowing us to see the outside from a building. The continuous space is one of the remarkable characters in Japanese architecture.
Location by Google Map

6 Comments:

At 11/27/2006 8:04 AM, Anonymous walter said...

Beautiful shading/shielding device.

 
At 11/27/2006 3:20 PM, Anonymous jing said...

so wonderful ideas!
:)
i think of one Chinese phrase to describle it, hm,in english, it should mean: the view of the outside is faintly discernible(in Chinese 若隐若现).
like it.

jing
www.shanghaidailyphoto.com

 
At 11/27/2006 9:48 PM, Blogger Aurelia said...

hello from Nantes (France) I love your blog, i got it in my favorites.
My dream is to visit Kyoto and all Japan one day, but for the moment I enjoy your pictures
WONDERFUL and always amazing

 
At 11/29/2006 12:38 AM, Blogger Lisi said...

I like this photo, a very tranquil scene :)

 
At 12/01/2006 10:58 PM, Blogger macky said...

Thank you for the comments:-)
walter: Yes, it is very useful.
jing: Nice phrase. I think that the phase applies to the shoji, paper sliding door. It can take in the light but shut out the view.
aurelia: Oh, thank you for your compliment!! I hope that you will enjoy the Real Kyoto!!
lisi: thank you for enjoying this photo.

 
At 12/01/2006 10:58 PM, Blogger macky said...

Thank you for the comments:-)
walter: Yes, it is very useful.
jing: Nice phrase. I think that the phase applies to the shoji, paper sliding door. It can take in the light but shut out the view.
aurelia: Oh, thank you for your compliment!! I hope that you will enjoy the Real Kyoto!!
lisi: thank you for enjoying this photo.

 

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