Amazing Woodworking Project Traditional Crafts "Kumiko"- Most Incredible Sliding Doors You've Ever Seen The “Kumiko” woodwork technique was developed in Japan in the Asuka Era (600-700 AD). Tanihata uses this technique to manufacture Ramma for room dividers and sliding doors. Wood chips are thinly and precisely shaved then carefully assembled chip by chip to construct Kumiko Ramma. Wood goes through a process of selection, grinding, splitting and assembling. Tradition is preserved through the craftsmen's experience, skill and passion for this process. ► Purchase Japanese SAWS on Amazon: RYOBA (Japanese Saw): https://amzn.to/2SxowrG DOZUKI (Japanese Dovetail Saw): https://amzn.to/2VmME1Q KATABA (Single Edge) Pull Saw: https://amzn.to/2NM7jK5 ► Purchase Japanese KANNA GREAT DEALS on amazon: https://amzn.to/2NM0uIo https://amzn.to/2NM0uIo https://amzn.to/2ExRN08 https://amzn.to/2HgD3G9 https://amzn.to/2EDj9Cc ► This is the original video of my friends: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYSEMG9xGOkoACIyzg32fiQ ► Their website: http://www.athome-tobira.jp That introduced young people who inherit traditional culture of Japan. Please support them! Thanks All Thanks for watching...Don't Forget to like, comment, share and subscribe! ► All things you need for learning Joinery: https://goo.gl/ssQw4R ► Subscribe to my channel: https://goo.gl/QSNyZs -----------------------------------------★★★★★------------------------------------- We do NOT own all the materials as well as footages used in this video. Please contact [email protected] or [email protected], for copyright matters. ご検討の程、よろしくお願いいたします。
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Lets pretend that youre in Japan and for some reason or another you maybe had a few drinks with some people (that never happens though right). Then you accidentally put a finger or two through the paper window/door in the tatami room. Well fear not. Im going to show you how to fix it yourself.
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Today’s episode covers modding Japanese style windows and a walk-through of a Dojo Mods List - https://wp.me/p8vQfT-4g Minetest Game http://www.minetest.net/ Official Minetest Android app, https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.minetest.minetest&hl=en Minetest license information and description from the official Minetest site, “Minetest is a near-infinite-world block sandbox game and a game engine, inspired by InfiniMiner, Minecraft, and the like. Minetest is available natively for Windows, OS X, GNU/Linux, Android, and FreeBSD. It is Free/Libre and Open Source Software, released under the LGPL 2.1 or later.” http://www.minetest.net/#about Sounds and Music Intro and Outro - Apple Loops Intro Video - Intromate - IOS App Store Check out my new website at https://rgsproductions2005.com Thanks for Watching!
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THE MILL HOUSE | GERT WINGÅRDH The Mill House is a combination guest-house and sauna designed by architect Gert Wingårdh. On the outside it is a simple cottage with a gabled roof and a big chimney, the archetype of a house as drawn by a young child. The inside, by contrast, is highly refined with superb detailing and craftsmanship. Every surface is treated as if it were fine furniture. The 50 m2 (538 ft2) of floor area provides room for both the sauna and a comfortable living area on the ground floor. The architect clearly wasn’t trying for the most efficient floor plan: the sauna is reached by about the most circuitous route possible in such a small house. Very likely the idea was to provide a sense of transition while heading to the sauna. Along the way, small porthole windows recessed into the thick masonry walls serve as beckoning lights at the ends of corridors. The upper floor is cantilevered over the living room and kitchen leaving a gap at the wall. That gap is enough to provide a glimpse of the adjacent courtyard from the upstairs bedroom. As well, morning sunlight can bounce off the ceiling into the spaces below. What really sets this small house apart is the landscaping. A stream runs along one side of the cottage, and there is a reflecting pool on the adjacent side. The walls on those sides are entirely glass so the water features can be enjoyed from inside as well. One of the keys to small house living is taking full advantage of the yard, creating outdoor rooms to supplement the inside space. Here the architect has provided a small pool for post-sauna dips, an outdoor dining area, and a terrace for lounging. Read more: http://www.wingardhs.se/ Subscribe and View more here: https://goo.gl/tHjsCp Thanks for watching #tinyhouse #smallhouse #cottage #cabin #smallisbeautiful #house #home #tiny #homedesign
Views: 2103 Home & House Beautiful
Windows and doors make up a very important part in the design of any house. They also have a very large effect on the thermal performance of a home. In this video we talk to the team at Windowmakers Ltd about how aluminium joinery is made, and find out more about the options on the market. We also get to watch some of the construction of the windows that will be going into our Tiny House. In our next video, we will be showing how these are installed. For more information about this joinery, check out Windowmakers at http://windowmakers.co.nz For more information on our project, visit our website: http://www.livingbiginatinyhouse.com Please follow us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/livingbiginatinyhouse Follow us on Twitter: @TinyHouseNZ Please subscribe for more videos on Tiny Houses, design, and sustainable, off-grid living.
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Shoji screen paper repair and replacement Its time to replace the shoji screens down stairs. It was trial and error and a lot of patients. If you take your time you can replace your screens cheaply and still do a great job. Its cool you can get all kinds of prints here and I went with a light bamboo pattern. Of course having a shoji master do it is better but since they get wrecked after a few years I wanted to save money and learn how myself. The master will do a great job and they turn out tight like a drum head but mine came out great and after the first two I got the rest done really fast as the learning curve progressed. I had a few minor wrinkles and they do not come out as tight as a glue job by a master but it looks great! It cost me 4000 yen including the plastic slide rail tape for all the screens total including one mistake. One roll usually does two full size doors. The iron on paper I used is more resistant to stains and dirt due to the fact it has synthetic material in it and it comes of with a heated iron later with far less clean up, however there are may types of iron paper and glue on papers available. I did six units for that price, two window panels and four doors. It took me half the day but next time its only going to take a few hours. Cleaning the glue off was the hardest part but that also went faster as I developed my own technique. The iron on type that I used is a fairly recent development in the shoji world. At least that's what Japanese people have told me. One last thing: The iron I used was a station iron that had to be constantly set back in the base to re heat. Its best to use a plug in iron and experiment with a small piece of the paper at different heat setting. You will always get a little water mark on the back side of the screen unless your frames are sterile and or new. It is virtually invisible later due to the shadow of the frame behind it. In traditional Japanese architecture, a shōji (障子) is a door, window or room divider consisting of translucent paper over a frame of wood which holds together a sort of grid of wood or bamboo. While washi is the traditional paper, shōji may be made of paper made by modern manufacturing processes; plastic is also in use. Shōji doors are often designed to slide open, and thus conserve space that would be required by a swinging door. They are used in traditional houses as well as Western-style housing, especially in the washitsu (Japanese-style room). In modern construction, the shōji does not form the exterior surface of the building; it sits inside a sliding glass door or window. Formerly the word shōji could apply to both fusuma and shōji although with a formal distinction of "karagami shōji" 唐紙障子(fusuma) and "akari shōji" 明り障子(shōji). The Shoji screen remains one of the most popular items in Japanese style décor. Originating during the third century, the screens have folding panels made of wood with translucent rice paper insets. Its original function was to act as a room divider while providing illumination. They gained great popularity when American architect Frank Lloyd Wright discovered them on a trip to Japan, brought these back and started using them in his house plans. They became more popular when architect Walter Gropius began using the Shoji screen as an integral part of his living space design. At first, he employed native Japanese artists but soon these beautiful works of art were imitated by American crafts professionals. Read more: http://www.doityourself.com/stry/creating-a-shoji-screen#ixzz0n1B81pNc More shoji resources: http://www.japangarden.co.uk/Mend-a-Paper-or-Shoji-Screen-p-59.html Check out this book: Shoji: How to Design, Build, and Install Japanese Screens (Paperback)
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D' Sign Ideas - 10 Ways to Add Japanese Style to Your Interior Design 》Elements of Nature in Japanese Style Interiors Japanese homes also bring nature inside through large, expansive windows that allow a view of nature from every angle. Like this bedroom, featured below, the large sliding glass door brings serene, natural views indoors. Open up your home to the wonders of nature today. 》 Soaking Tubs Are Important in Japanese Interior Design Turn your bathroom into an enlightened escape by adding one of these soaking-style tubs. It is the ultimate way to have East meet West, and create a spa-like environment in your home. 》 Japanese Style Sliding Doors Or Screens Another key element of these screens is that, unlike doors, they do not block the natural light and views of nature. Replacing a large expanse of wall with a glass-panelled sliding door could be a great way to incorporate this style into your own home. 》 Elements of Wood and Bamboo in Japanese Interior Design Essentially, the texture of wood can be seen everywhere in a Japanese home. Try bringing these natural wooden elements into your home by adding a bamboo floor, or wooden screen. You will love the serene calming effect that clean-lined wood elements can add to your home. 》 Japanese Style Entryway Stone tile flooring is also popular in these homes, especially the entryways. In order to mimic this design, we suggest copying the clean, simple lines of Japanese design. Keeping your entryway uncluttered may be the biggest challenge (especially for North American homeowners who tend to house some clutter in their entry’s such as mail, shoes etc..). 》Japanese Style Furniture we could be more authentic by surrounding a low plank table with floor cushions—using this as a means to dine would be very bona fide, and maybe even a bit romantic. Whether you want more of an East meets West design, or you want to be extremely authentic — Japanese style furniture can easily be incorporated into your home. 》 Minimalist Japanese Design Principles Furniture should be modern, clean-lined and made of natural wood. Lighting should be angular and modern (as seen in the kitchen below). Or lighting could mimic an authentic Japanese lantern style, as well. Overall, look to modern living designs to replicate this clean, simple style. Everything should have a purpose and a place — nothing is out of order or lacking function. Studying the art of Feng Shui may also help you design your minimalist interior. 》 Open Space and Natural Lighting Are Key In Japanese Design Heavy draperies are also a big no, no. All they do is block this natural light. Try keeping your windows clear of any obstruction, but if this is not possible, then opt for a simple bamboo shade or sheer, gauzy curtain panels. Natural light — what a bright way to light up your home! 》 Popular Colors in Japanese Design Also, don’t forget to add plenty of green through natural houseplants. Simplicity is key when choosing your color palette. Look outside your windows to see what natural color elements you can incorporate in your home today. 》 Create a Zen Meditating Space Paint the room in calming greens or browns, add some live greenery, play some calming music and Voila! You have your very own, very Zen Japanese hideaway please subscribe for next design ideas.
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Here it is!. The NEC PC-98. Released exclusively in Japan and running custom version of MS-DOS and Windows, I discuss the hardware, and gaming as well as a buyers guide and how much you should expect to pay. I also came across an excellent buyers guide with good information - check it out here - https://www.reddit.com/r/pc98/wiki/guides/buyingguideby98digger -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ► Check me out on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/ModernVintageGamer ◄ ► Soundcloud : https://www.soundcloud.com/lantusONE ◄ ► Follow me on Twitter : https://twitter.com/ModernVintageG◄ --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Description Group of seven small-size old wooden Japanese panels previously used with a pair of wooden lanterns. Shoji windows and doors are normally finished with a covering of crisp white rice paper before being installed Condition The panels are in fair to good condition, save many visible (yet aesthetically pleasing) wear marks such as wood dents and scratches which were received during their previous term of service. There are also some stains and bits of dried paper stuck to the frame. The panes are not entirely symmetrical and some differences in size between each pane. Size: Height: 11.1 inches (28.5 centimeters) Width (at top): 6.4 inches (16.5 centimeters) Width (at bottom): 4.1 inches (10.5 centimeters) Weight: 17.6 ounces (504 grams) More About Japanese Shoji Doors and Windows Shoji are one of the styles of interior and exterior door and window used in the traditional Japanese home. Shoji are traditionally made with wooden frames covered with a special plain or delicately patterned white paper called shoji gami, with little or no additional decoration. High-quality shoji may include intricate and complex wooden lattice-work, requiring artistic as well as technical expertise on the part of the maker, who are known as tateguya-san in Japanese. Shoji normally receive a fresh coating of paper around the first of the year, erasing any holes or stains caused by little fingers and filling the home with a crisp, fresh atmosphere wholly suited to the optimistic spirit of new year. Japanese-style doors and windows are designed to slide open and closed upon wooden tracks within a specially made wooden frame. Traditional Japanese homes normally feature a hallway running along the outer edge of the building, with wood and paper shoji doors on the inside of the hallway providing access to each of the home's rooms (see example photo below). Across the hall from the shoji doors would be windows consisting of several types of shutters; including wood and paper inner shoji (smaller versions of the doors) as well as heavy wooden outer-shutters which are closed to protect the home from burglars and typhoons. Such windows and doors all open and close on specially-designed upper and lower tracks. Shoji doors and windows are appreciated by the Japanese for their simple, yet refined design and ability to soften light passing through the shoji's pure white shoji gami. item code: R1S1-0005623 category code: shojimado ship code: G6
Views: 53874 Japan Antique Roadshow
Kitchen Final! Sorry it took so long. Had to get the final footage out of mothballs and finish this. Just been busy and frankly getting sick of Google and You Poops bullshit! Its all loosing its appeal to the creative people. You tube HATES CREATIVITY that's what they say to me. Overview Yes the red light fixtures are from TURKEY! I had a lot of plans for this past summer of 2012. It all started two years ago as a sketch I made. Since I had a nice long summer vacation, it was cost effective to be an ALT lackey with no work for six weeks. I used that time to renovate my kitchen. I have done or dabbled in all the trades at one point or another but this project drew on all of my knowledge and I actually learned a thing or two on the way. There was a lot of planning, measuring and internet research that went into selecting and purchasing all the right materials and equipment here in Japan. My wife took care of the research and I did the designing and installation. It was a labor of love for both of us and we enjoyed the entire process aside from a few snags it went rather smoothly. Doing things yourself means there is more room in the budget for nicer things and far less third parties to screw up your schedule. With that said we only needed three other contractors to come in and do certain items. A flooring guy, the LP gas company we have a contract with and a stainless steel fabricator who blew us off for two weeks and then bailed on the install. They did attempt to redeem themselves by giving us all the custom cut panels for free and quick delivery on them. The hood was the only part we had to pay for. The other two contractors were in and out in a day or two depending on the work. The rest of the work which entailed about 95% of the job was my burden. It was hot 34 degrees and super humid as Tokyo summers are but I pushed on. This episode of Japanese House will entail lots of windows and the making of an all plywood rough space for flooring, cabinets and the like to go in. Yea lots of blabbing and boring details too. Aside from the REAL tools I brought from the USA, all building materials were purchased at local home centers. SUPER VIVA HOME and UNITY home centers and IKEA. I also recycled a lot of wood that was removed during demolition. Ripping pieces down on a table saw and using what I could before throwing the leftovers away. TOSTEM is, I think, the biggest window manufacturer in Japan. They also make carports, gates, fences, sunrooms, decks, doors...... you name it.. all out of aluminum channel systems. They have shops and showrooms in almost every city and town around Tokyo. Direct ordering online was the way to go. The windows were standard Japanese sizes which are usually based on tatami mat size or jo. Most panels in an older house are very close to that uniform measurement or a section of it. Two large fixed windows, one small fixed window, two sliding windows and two fixed skylights. All double privacy glass. It was under 150000 yen. That's pretty cheap compared to other places here that offered similar windows. A Japanese contractor would never have been able to deal with this project or me for that matter. A sad thing....... Not being able to deal with unorthodox methods or ideas. I suppose that's why most new houses in Japan are beige or grey boxes with strait narrow kitchens. A cool modern home will have some dice like windows and perhaps a funny slanted roof. That's their idea of artistic. Narrow thinking I say, but I've kind of grown used to it now and really expect nothing more from the typical contractor here. NEW TRAILER CREDITS: Thank you Cejas for the cool music and beats. A gift I will always appreciate. My new theme music is cool. Thanks Axesent Creations for the toddatron logo. THIS GUY CAN DRAW ANYTHING!!!! http://axesent.wordpress.com/ http://www.facebook.com/axesentcreations
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English Guide for Takenomaru kakegawa-city Shizuoka Japanese architecture cultural properties 12. The window which combines Japanese and Chinese styles of architecture http://www.slowlife.info/takenomaru/
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#shousugiban #woodworking #fire Shou Sugi Ban, also called Yakisugi, is the charring of cedar wood for use in construction of exposed wood buildings. I'm not sure if it was ever used for roofing, and I doubt it's ever been used as a board and batten style roof on a log cabin, so this may be one of a kind. This is a follow up to the video, Fire Hardened Wood Roof on a Log Cabin (https://youtu.be/KOUHvsjZrt0), I show how I burned the wood for the roof and the cabin floor using two different techniques. Please follow me on my other online channels; Website: http://myselfreliance.com/ Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/MySelfReliance/ Personal Facebook Page (Shawn James) – https://www.facebook.com/shawn.james.msr Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/myselfreliance/ My Self reliance, shawn james, winter camping, Bushcraft, Woodcraft, Survival, Primitive skills, Nature, EDC, Preparedness, Homesteading, Homestead, Camping, Fire, Self Reliance, Self Sufficiency, Living Off The Land, Off The Grid, Survival Kit, Bushcraft Kit, Firesteel, Ferro Rod, Carving, Primitive Shelters, Feathersticks, Campfire, Campfire Cooking, Bushcraft Breakfast, Fjallraven, Friction Fire, Dehydrated Meals, Food Storage, Freeze Dried Foods, Wild Edibles, Foraging, Life Hacks, Camping Hacks, Hunting, outdoors Bug Out, Wilderness Survival, Log Cabin, Off Grid, Hunting, Fishing, Self Reliance, Primitive Skills, Primitive Homesteading, Prepping
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115m² A Modern House With Many Windows In Japan | Small House Design 2019 Read more: https://www.archdaily.com/876609/mask-house-capd https://www.archdaily.com/876752/phatthalung-house-rakchai-norateedilok-architect?ad_medium=widget&ad_name=recommendation Subscribe and View more here: https://goo.gl/tHjsCp More Videos:#smallhouse#tinyhouse#tinyhome#cottage #cabin#house #home #tiny #homedesign
Views: 715 Home & House Beautiful
Typing in Japanese or other Language Characters | Windows 10 #1 Right click the Start Menu #2 Select Control Panel #3 Under “Clock, Language, and Region” select “Add a Language” #4 Select the language you want to use ex. Japanese (I highly recommend installing the new language packs) #5 On the bottom right, select the language to change the Keyboard input method to your selected language If using MS Word or Microsoft Word, check the bottom left to see if it is reading the input language. The language it is reading should be displayed. For more info regarding IME (Input Method Editor), check this out from Microsoft https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/ee418266(v=vs.85).aspx Google Voice Typing (Free and Awesome) https://youtu.be/ELXuz94tzsI Disable autorun to help prevent malware or viruses (Windows 7 Professional) https://youtu.be/LDEjCfSYE2k
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for japanese keyboard driver select: "japanese PS/2 keyboard(106/109key)" these tutrial is for windows 7 and windows vista (applicable for both Laptop and Desktop) Windows XP tutorial : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lka8hZaxiW4 extra income online job, piso kada click : http://msi24.webs.com/
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A demonstration of how one could use Popup Japanese Dictionary to look up Japanese words while browsing the internet. Popup Japanese Dictionary can be downloaded/purchased at http://www.popupjapanesedictionary.com
Views: 135 Nifty Gnomes
This is an inside look of a typical Japanese family's house in Tokyo Japan. This is a very common home in Tokyo. Unlike many people who rent Tokyo Apartments, this is a rented Tokyo House. The design of the Tokyo Home is very similar to other Japan homes except maybe the basement and attic. ----- Thanks for Watching ----- I hope you enjoyed the video. If you liked it, please hit that thumbs-up button as it helps me out. Any questions or comments, leave it in the comment section and I'll get back to you. If you want to see more videos like this, hit that subscribe button and I'll see you again next time. ----- Channel Support ----- Want to help SUPPORT my channel or wanna buy me a BEER? Thank you in advance! - PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/paolofromtokyo - Venmo: PaolofromTokyo (venmo.com/paolofromtokyo) - Bitcoin: 1AUZW1Emio4qtRiBir3EUDey1zi3ssoRsw - Ethereum: 0x8BED5234269BC71F259453271bcC24D674Dcb792 - Litecoin: LTR51yyhoTzRnKdz5UpAir1TKJ6PrB1Cfn OR Check out one of the SHIRTS I wear in my videos - https://www.zazzle.com/paolofromtokyo ----- Business ----- Want to send me stuff? I'll open it on the Vlog. Want me to feature your business on the Vlog? Email: [email protected] ----- For more info about me ----- -Website https://www.tokyozebra.com/ - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/paolofromtokyo - Twitter: https://twitter.com/paolofromtokyo - Instagram: http://instagram.com/paolofromtokyo ----- My Film Gear ----- - Canon 80d w/ Lens (Standard) - Canon EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 (USA Link) http://amzn.to/2jPQbWU (International) http://geni.us/pyBIG7S - Canon Lens (Wide) - Canon EF-S 10-18mm f/4.5-5.6 IS STM Lens (USA Link) http://amzn.to/2iV06eR (International) http://geni.us/KmUsuoV - Rode Videomicro Microphone (USA Link) http://amzn.to/2iJnFXT (International) http://geni.us/ZaFl4a - Joby GorillaPod SLR-Zoom (USA Link) http://amzn.to/2kjlxGB (International) http://geni.us/sWTzFEJ - DJI Mavic Pro Drone (USA Link) http://amzn.to/2mM6LrH (International) http://geni.us/5bDaE - Go Pro Hero 5: (USA Link) http://amzn.to/2jwD0rK (International) http://geni.us/iZVhtet - GoPro External Mic Adapter (USA Link) http://amzn.to/2t6u1lg (International) http://geni.us/TDV2MmZ - DJI Osmo Mobile (USA Link) http://amzn.to/2jH1nFO (International) http://geni.us/TsqCU0i - Joby GorillaPod Magnetic (USA Link) http://amzn.to/2kjczJx (International) http://geni.us/uCd2wQ - iPhone 6s (USA Link) http://amzn.to/2kIOJak (International) http://geni.us/MfwVv - iPhone Lens - Olloclip 4-1 (Wide Angle) (USA Link) http://amzn.to/2kj3wUF (International) http://geni.us/QxRW - Rode Videomic ME Microphone (for iPhone) (USA Link) http://amzn.to/2iSzCFU (International) http://geni.us/KBOZ - For a complete list of my gear: https://www.tokyozebra.com/my-gear/ Music: http://www.epidemicsound.com/
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How to Type in Japanese on Windows 10, 8, 7 using English Keyboard. Windows 10で日本語を入力する方法 How to type kanji on windows 10. How to install Google Japanese IME on windows 10 How to install Google Japanese IME on windows 10 Guys, for keyboard shortcuts for your operating system, please google .
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Popup Japanese Dictionary for Windows lets you easily look up the meanings of Japanese words just by copying them to the clipboard. Once a word has been copied, the meaning of the word will appear in a small popup window above your current screen. You no longer have to switch between windows just to look up words! For those familiar with Japanese dictionary browser extensions like Rikaichan and Rikaikun, Popup Japanese Dictionary is like Rikai, but for Windows. Get Popup Japanese Dictionary for Windows at http://www.popupjapanesedictionary.com
Views: 148 Nifty Gnomes
This screen recording shows how Popup Japanese Dictionary for Windows allows Rikai style lookups from any screen where text can be copied to the clipboard. In this example, Japanese text in presentation slides can be looked up simply by copying it to the clipboard. The meaning of the copied words will be displayed in a popup window, similar to Rikaichan, Rikaikun and Rikaisama, but for Windows. Popup Japanese Dictionary can be tried/purchased at http://www.popupjapanesedictionary.com
Views: 107 Nifty Gnomes
It’s possible that this is one of the smallest homes that we have visited on the show so far and yet without doubt it is one of the most spectacular in it’s design. Japan is a country already world-famous for it’s small space designs, and so it should come as no surprise that when Japanese master-craftsman Tagami Haruhiko turned his attention towards the tiny house movement, amazing things would happen. Become a Living Big Patron: https://www.patreon.com/livingbig Read More: http://www.livingbiginatinyhouse.com/japanese-tiny-house/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/livingbiginatinyhouse Twitter: @TinyHouseNZ Instagram: @livingbiginatinyhouse Please subscribe for more videos on Tiny Houses, design, and sustainable, off-grid living. Music in this video: http://www.youtube.com/brycelangston 'Living Big in a Tiny House' © 2017 Zyia Pictures Ltd
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http://syntheway.com/ShamiKoto.htm - ShamiKoto is a virtual Koto (13-stringed) and Shamisen (three-stringed lute) designed to emulate those traditional Japanese stringed instruments. Includes pre-recorded Koto glissandi (VST for Windows, Audio Unit and VST for macOS). Also EXS24 and KONTAKT Sample Libraries シャミコトバーチャル箏と三味線 The user interface features a built-in: ADSR envelope, a LFO unit, a flexible Multimode Filter and a Glide control, offering a wide range of sounds. Tracklist (Excerpts from Songs) シャミコト Megamix (Medley remix) featuring some sounds of Virtual Shakuhachi from DAL Flute: https://syntheway.com/DALflute.htm) A) VIRTUAL KOTO (Starting at 0:00) 01.- Chidori no Kyoku (Yoshizawa Kengyoo) Koto 02.- Haru no Umi Pt. I (Michio Miyagi) Koto, Shakuhachi, Siku 03.- Haru no Umi Pt. II Tegoto (Michio Miyagi) Koto, Shakuhachi, Siku 04.- Banza-Bushi (Traditional Japanese Folk) Koto 05.- Golden Eagle (Japanese Style) Koto, Shakuhachi, Siku, Pakhavaj, Timpani, Picked Bass 06.- Light Snow (Japanese Style) Koto, Shakuhachi, Pan Flute, Strings, Tambourine, Triangle, Picked Bass 07.- Sakura Sakura (Cherry Blossoms, Cherry Blossoms, Trad Japanese Folk) Koto, Shakuhachi B) VIRTUAL SHAMISEN (Starting at 3:26) 08.- Ume wa Saitaka (Traditional Japanese Folk) Shamisen 09.- Echigo-Jishi 'Lion of Echigo' (Japanese Popular Music) Shamisen 10.- Illusive Shamisen (Star Ocean, The Second Story by Sakuraba Motoi) Shamisen 11.- Holikoshi-Oiwake (Japanese Folk Style) Shamisen, Shakuhachi, Pan Flute, Sleigh Bells 12.- Yanreso Hoi (Traditional Japanese Folk) Shamisen 13.- Noue Bushi (Traditional Japanese Folk) Shamisen 14.- The Garden of the Imperial Palace, Gosho No Oniwa (Japanese Popular Music) Shamisen 15.- Doujan (Traditional Japanese Folk) Shamisen 16.- Kokiriko-Bushi (Trad. Folk, Toyama Prefecture) Shamisen, Shakuhachi, Quena, Bass, Tabla, T.Bells 17.- Uzume (Japanese Folk Style) Shamisen, Shakuhachi, Timpani, Khanjira C) VIRTUAL KOTO AND SHAMISEN (Starting at 7:05) 18.- Arabian Town, Hang 'Em High (Crash Bandicoot 3, Warped, Josh Mancell) Koto, Shamisen, Shakuhachi 19.- Festa In Autumn (Folk Okinawa) Koto, Shamisen, Shakuhachi, Pan Flute, Khanjira, Pakhavaj, Bass 20.- Oriental Sentinels -Waterfall Ruins (Mega Man ZX Advent, Ippo Yamada) Shamisen, Koto, Shakuhachi 21.- Pokemon Red Blue and Yellow (Junichi Masuda) Shakuhachi , Shamisen and Koto 22.- Power Spot (Shamisen-Style) Shamisen, Koto, Shakuhachi, Bass, Timpani, Tabla, Triangle D) KOTO GLISSANDO (Starting at 11:26) 23.- Mix of ascending and descending gliss (Straight and wavy) .......................................................................................................... ShamiKoto Features: Mode Selector: 1.- Koto 13-Stringed 2.- Shamisen (Samisen) 3-Stringed Lute 3.- Koto Glissando #1 Ascending (Straight) 4.- Koto Glissando #2 Descending (Straight) 5.- Koto Glissando #3 Ascending (Straight) 6.- Koto Glissando #4 Descending (Straight) 7.- Koto Glissando #5 Ascending (Wavy) 8.- Koto Glissando #6 Descending (Wavy) - Tremolo Section: Contains a LFO (Low Frequency Oscillator) with modulation depth, frequency and offset. - ADSR envelope generator. - Multi-mode filter. - Glide (Portamento) control. - MIDI automation. The koto (Japanese: 箏) is a traditional Japanese stringed musical instrument derived from the Chinese zheng, and similar to the Mongolian yatga, the Korean gayageum, and the Vietnamese đàn tranh. The koto is the national instrument of Japan. The shamisen or samisen (三味線), also sangen (三絃) — both words mean "three strings" — is a three-stringed traditional Japanese musical instrument derived from the Chinese instrument sanxian. It is played with a plectrum called a bachi. .................................................................................. Installation Notes Windows Requirements: - Use these Syntheway VST plugins in your favourite DAW MIDI Sequencer host like: Image-Line FL Studio, Ableton Live, Cakewalk Sonar, Steinberg Cubase, Nuendo, PreSounus Studio One, Cockos REAPER, Mixcraft, etc .................................................................................. macOS Requirements: - These plug-ins that can be used to process audio by applications such as Logic Pro, GarageBand, Cubase, Ableton Live, REAPER, Studio One Professional, Ardour, MainStage and Digital Performer among others. - Compatibility with macOS v10.13 “High Sierra” ShamiKoto http://syntheway.com/ShamiKoto_Virtual_Koto_and_Shamisen_for_macOS.htm .................................................................................. Syntheway Virtual Musical Instruments http://syntheway.net http://syntheway.com #VirtualShakuhachi #Shakuhachi #ShakuhachiAudioUnit #ShakuhachiKONTAKT #ShakuhachiEXS24 #ShakuhachiVST #ShakuhachiNKI #ShakuhachiFlute #JapaneseFlute #VirtualKoto #VirtualShamisen #ShamisenAudioUnit #ShamisenKONTAKT #ShamisenVST #KotoKONTAKT #KotoVST #KotoAudioUnit #KotoEXS24 #ShamisenEXS24
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This playlist features videos across multiple channels documenting my day-long excursion to Kambara, Japan. These videos were made on April 29th, 2012. The playlist for these videos may be viewed at the following URL: http://www.youtube.com/view_all_playlists ---- Welcome to the the YouTube Bullet Train. Bringing you Japan at the speed of life. Find us on YouTube at the following URL: http://www.youtube.com/user/YTBulletTrain?feature=mhee Please visit our blog at the following URL: http://lylesbrotherslife.wordpress.com/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/ytbullettrain Interested in talking with others about Japan? Please visit the forum at: http://softypapa.net
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Love Japanese Cusine? Have a Windows 8 tablet? We've got a few apps that we take a closer look at to see if their worth the money. If you're crazy for Japanese cusine we've got a behind the scenes tour of a Unagi Pie or Fresh Water Eel Cookie that you're going to love. It's in Hamamastu City Japan which is in Central Japan a stones throw away from Mt Fuji.
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It is blowing hard in my Japanese garden. Do you know Kamikaze? Kaze means window in Japanese.
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Kengo Kuma, a Japanese artist has designed Jubako housing box tiny house for outdoor manufacturers Snow Peak. He combined wooden panels in different patterns to give stylish look to exteriors while incorporated LEDs in ceiling and floor to brighten the interiors elegantly. There are wooden panels over big glass windows that slide out to serve as tables for an instant outdoor party. Moreover, the interiors of the tiny dwelling gives one the feel of a nomadic mobile home. There is a wooden staircase alongside floor-to-ceiling glass door leading to compact but delightful interiors. When all windows of Jubako are closed, it seems like a plain box serving as a nature-inspired dwelling. Its extensive wooden structure and a number of glass windows keep the space pleasurable in all seasons The wooden panels over glass windows provide additional protection during your travel or in bad weather conditions.
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Japanese Style Garden House | Designed In A Modern Style Mixed With Classic Asian This tiny vacation house is surprisingly close to the center of Vienna. It sits on the Alte Donau (Old Danube), a linear lake created when a portion of the Danube River channel was cut off by flood control measures. There are large apartment blocks only two hundred feet away, yet looking over the water towards the park on the opposite bank, it’d be easy to forget that you’re in a dense urban environment. The small vacation house occupies a tiny building site about 11′ below street level. To preserve views for the apartment residents behind, the roofline was kept low, rising only a few feet above the sidewalk. Within those constraints, SHARE Architects was able to provide 45 m2 (484 ft2) of floor space. They conceived the structure as a “micro villa”, offering all the comforts needed for full-time living within a tiny space. The architects say the design was inspired by luxury yachts, leading to the choices of glossy white exterior, wood terrace, angled windows and stainless steel railings. The all-white scheme continues inside. Combined with the large windows and the light reflecting off the water, it makes for an extremely bright interior. Everybody has their own tastes, but we would have balanced the white with some wood finishes compatible with the nautical theme. The downstairs living area has a compact galley kitchen and a built-in cantilevered dining table. A mezzanine loft over the kitchen provides the sleeping quarters. The loft is suspended from the roof, leaving the lower level free of supporting columns. A tiny bathroom is tucked beneath the stairs. Read more: http://www.kurtkuball.com/ http://www.share-arch.com/ http://www.archello.com/en/project/bathing-hut Subscribe and View more here: https://goo.gl/tHjsCp More Videos:#Home&HouseBeautiful#smallhouse#tinyhouse#cottage #cabin#house #home #tiny #homedesign
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The minimalistic Japanese theme is now gaining popularity and moving into the world of the bedroom. You must be wondering – why? Well, Japanese style is highly sophisticated and simple. It focuses on "less is more" and thus allows one to transform his bedroom into a luxurious retreat. The right way to design the bedroom is to start with the floors and slowly work upwards. For covering the floor, consider tatami mats. Tatami mat is a traditional material used in Japanese homes to cover the floor. The traditional tatami mats are made of rice straw, and is highly comfortable for bare feet. In addition, if you find covering the entire floor a cumbersome task then place a tatami mat on the floor.Place a big mat in front of the bed or in the seating area. Secondly, decide a color scheme for the room. Traditionally, Japanese décor features neutral earthy tones. Colors you may consider are cream, brown, beige and black. Select any of these colors to dress the walls of your bedroom. Bring in splashes of colors by using bright nature colors through accent pieces. Orange, blue, green and red are common accent colors that can be incorporated through paintings, linens and decorative accessories. Thirdly, you need to furnish the room. The furniture pieces that are used in Japanese Culture are close to the floor and thus impart a centered feel. The bed you choose for your Japanese themed room must be as low as possible. You may also place the futon mattress directly on the floor. Complement the bed with a bamboo or a basic lacquered dresser. Keep in mind that furniture pieces that cater to the functional need are only introduced to the bedroom. So, please do not clutter the room and destroy the theme. Lastly, you need to accessorize or decorate the room. Try to select the decorative elements in natural materials such as bamboo, rice paper, or wood. Enhance the bed or the benches or chairs of the room with silk pillows and cushions. You may hang silk curtains on the windows. Rice paper lanterns hanged from the ceiling also look good. For the walls, hang one or two Japanese art painting such as a cherry blossom or any other nature inspired sober art work. There are things you can borrow from Asian interior design when decorating every room of your home. In the case of the bedroom, these elements take the form of some specific pieces of furniture, accessories, materials and finishes and we've going to explore some of the most popular and straight-forward options. A low bed. Japanese furniture is usually low to the ground. In the case of the bedroom, this would best translate into a Japanese bed or one that has a suitable design. Platform beds often used in contemporary interior designs are excellent. Textural balance. Balance is very important in Asian interior décor. Everything must be chosen carefully. The textures should work well together and they can be highlighted with accent lighting or using the right colors and color combinations Nature inside the room. Another defining characteristic of Asian interior design is the beautiful connection between the interior spaces and the exterior and nature in particular. Bring some of that natural freshness and beauty inside the bedroom. Perhaps a bonsai tree would be just what the room needs. Open space and natural light. keep the bedroom open and airy. It would definitely help if the room had large windows or glass walls. Natural light should inundate the room, making it look fresh, vibrant and welcoming. To emphasize the openness of the space, simplify all the furniture as much as possible. Natural colors. Extremely bold or neon colors are not something you see in Asian-inspired interiors or in bedrooms in general. So focus on natural colors, inspired by organic materials or by other elements found in nature such as stone, wood or vegetation. Sliding doors or screens. Shoji screens are popular in Japanese interiors but they're not the only option you have when designing an Asian-inspired bedroom. There are also other types of sliding doors or screens you can use. These window coverings give the bedroom a rich and authentic look. Handcrafted wall art. There are several options when decorating the walls of an Asian-inspired bedroom. One of them is to use something similar to this hand painted silk screen. It's simple but really lovely, with a theme that highlights the style chosen for the room. http://www.homedit.com/how-to-make-your-own-japanese-bedroom/
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There are many cities and countries around the world that are so beautiful and so rich in culture, history, and cuisine that I’ve classified them as places everyone must visit at least once in their lifetime. After spending twelve incredible days sightseeing around Japan in January of 2019, I can add the island nation to that list. This country is one of the most amazing places I’ve ever visited and I’m so excited to share my adventures there with you guys! Subscribe & Click the Bell for 2+ Videos Per Week ► http://bit.ly/DBH-SUB My Film Making Kit ► https://kit.com/davidsbeenhere On the freezing cold morning of my third day in Tokyo, I began my day with an outstanding breakfast that had my taste buds in Japanese food heaven and went on a tour of one of the city’s most notable landmarks! Come along with me as my exploration of Tokyo continues! For breakfast, I decided to hit up Yoshinoya, a multinational fast food chain that originated in Tokyo in 1899. Breakfast isn’t a big thing in Japan, but Yoshinoya is one of the best places to get some. Their motto is tasty, low-priced, and quick, so it’s perfect for travelers on a budget who are crunched for time. They serve huge beef bowls that I couldn’t wait to try, and they only cost roughly $7 U.S.! I tried to be as quiet and discreet as possible while I drank my green tea and looked over their menu; there were other people in the restaurant and I didn’t want to disturb them. Privacy is big in Japan and it’s respectful to be as quiet as possible in public places. Their menu is huge and comes with lots of options, including ones that are more soupy, but I went with a large beef bowl with onions, sticky sushi rice, an egg, and scallions with a sauce. The beef was very juicy and fatty, and incredibly flavorful. Then I added the rice, egg, and scallions to the beef and mixed it all together. This large bowl only cost me 650 Yen, or $5.86 U.S.! The egg yolk running through the rice was fantastic and added a lot of flavor to the bowl, even though they only give you a little bit of beef, and the rest of the bowl is rice. It reminded me of a super creamy, silky rice. It was so delicious! Adding soy sauce to the last bit of rice made it even better! In all, I spent only 15 minutes there, and then I was back out in the freezing cold to head to my next destination. On my way, I stopped at a vending machine and grabbed a really pungent Wonda Wonderful cold coffee for 130 Yen, or $1.17 U.S. I had about three hours to kill before my next food tour, so I walked about 30 minutes east to the Tokyo Skytree, which at 2,000 feet tall is the tallest tower in Tokyo and second tallest in the world! I love visiting skyscrapers and towers and I couldn’t wait to get a bird’s-eye view of Tokyo! The Tokyo Skytree is open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., but the final entrance is 9 p.m., so you have all day to check it out. A ticket to the Tembo Deck is 2,060 Yen, or roughly $18.55 U.S., but if you want to go to the highest observation deck, the Tembo Gallery, you have to pay an additional 1,030 Yen, or $9.28 U.S. I decided to stick with the ticket I had, which would take me up to 350 meters. After a 50-second ride up, I stepped out onto the Tembo Deck, where I got a phenomenal view of the entire city! I was really impressed with the observation deck. There was lots of space and the windows were huge! You can walk around it and see Tokyo from lots of different vantage points, and you can even see Mount Fuji in the distance! On lower levels, you can find a gift shop, Musashi Restaurant, and a glass floor you can stand on. If you want to get the best views in all of Tokyo, go to the Tokyo Skytree. You won’t regret it! I hope you enjoyed my amazing beef bowl breakfast and Tokyo Skytree tour! If you did, please give this video a thumbs up and leave me a comment below. And please subscribe to my channel if you haven’t already. I will see you in the next travel food adventure! ☆ CONTACT ☆ ► Business: [email protected] _____ BLOG ►http://davidsbeenhere.com/ _____ BOOK YOUR NEXT ADVENTURE: ► https://app.trilltravel.co/u/davidsbeenhere _____ FOLLOW ME: + INSTAGRAM ►https://instagram.com/davidsbeenhere + FACEBOOK ►https://www.facebook.com/davidsbeenhere1 + TWITTER ► https://twitter.com/davidsbeenhere _____ #Japan #Tokyo #JapaneseFood #DavidGoesToJapan #Davidsbeenhere _____ SEND ME STUFF: 5858 SW 81 ST Miami, FL 33143 USA _____ P.S. Thank you for watching my videos and subscribing!
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The stunning Zen Tiny Home in Byron Bay, Australia has it all. It's spacious and beautifully designed with influence borrowed from both Japanese and Scandinavian architecture to form a wonderfully functional house on wheels. Become a Living Big Patron: https://www.patreon.com/livingbig Best of all, the tiny house has been designed to be ultra liveable, taking the needs of it's dynamic occupants into consideration. It's filled with clever storage solutions and has been beautifully finished to create a home which feels wonderful to be inside. Read More: http://www.livingbiginatinyhouse.com/the-zen-tiny-house Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/livingbiginatinyhouse Follow us on Twitter: @TinyHouseNZ Follow us on Instagram: @livingbiginatinyhouse Please subscribe for more videos on tiny houses, DIY, design, and sustainable, off-grid living. Music in this video: http://www.youtube.com/brycelangston 'Living Big in a Tiny House' © 2017 Zyia Pictures Ltd
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This is a Japanese anime advertisement that was run by Microsoft for the launch of Windows 7....interesting to watch!
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