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.

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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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