Gallery: Molo’s Nebuta Museum in Japan Wraps Itself in a Shimmering Rib...

When the sun is low, strips of light come streaming in to create patterns on the walls-- a contemporary take on the traditional Japanese architectural tradition of using sun and shade as interior design elements.
 
When the sun is low, strips of light come streaming in to create patterns on the walls-- a contemporary take on the traditional Japanese architectural tradition of using sun and shade as interior design elements.

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  1. lvhuitheone June 25, 2011 at 3:15 am

    Japan is our near country,and in April,it happen earthquake,this event bring more influence.

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