Line of sight

Machiya in Kyoto is an elongated house. In turn, there is a street, a front door, a small room, a small room, a large room in the back, and a small garden in the back. (There are many Machiya that differ from this pattern.) I’m always in a position to see the street from the room in front of the innermost garden. I like the sight after the intense west sun has passed. In the evening, I change from classical music to jazz.What I like and listen to right now is Red Garland. I like fashionable sounds.
The atmosphere of the work looks very different depending on the natural light and lighting, and the background music. Everything has an interesting discovery.

Favorite Shigaraki | Tetsuya ISHIYAMA

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