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someplacespacious:

Inokashira Park, Tokyo, Japan.

someplacespacious:

Inokashira Park, Tokyo, Japan.

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itwonlast:

Kintsugi (to patch with gold) or Kintsukuroi (to repair with gold) is the Japanese art of fixing broken pottery and ceramics using a lacquer resin sprinkled with powdered gold (or silver). Rather than being concealed, the damage is celebrated and becomes a defining feature of the object. As a general rule, the repaired artifact acquires far higher value and enjoys greater appreciation than it had in its previously undamaged state.

beautiful

itwonlast:

Kintsugi (to patch with gold) or Kintsukuroi (to repair with gold) is the Japanese art of fixing broken pottery and ceramics using a lacquer resin sprinkled with powdered gold (or silver). Rather than being concealed, the damage is celebrated and becomes a defining feature of the object. As a general rule, the repaired artifact acquires far higher value and enjoys greater appreciation than it had in its previously undamaged state.

beautiful

patternatic:

Japanese Asa-no-ha pattern By Neville Trickett

patternatic:

Japanese Asa-no-ha pattern By Neville Trickett

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Hitachi Seaside Park, Ibaraki, japan

Hitachi Seaside Park, Ibaraki, japan

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Kuya Preaching

Kuya Preaching