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xxPseudOxx Featured By Owner 8 hours ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thanks for the fave :horns:
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ELOart Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Professional General Artist
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xxPseudOxx Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thanks for the fave :horns:
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Secretadmires Featured By Owner 4 days ago
Thanks for the fav, It's always a pleasure!:love:
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Softyrider62 Featured By Owner 4 days ago   Digital Artist
Thanks for the fav!
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JAntF Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist
thanks for the fave on INKtober day 3
 
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somadjinn Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Professional Photographer
Welcome :)
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RandyAinsworth Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Student General Artist
Thanks for adding Autumn!
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somadjinn Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Professional Photographer
Welcome :)
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AndySerrano Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thank You by KmyGraphic  Thank-you-for-favs by KmyGraphic on Japanese Tea House and Flag.  In Japanese tradition, architectural spaces designed to be used for tea ceremony (chanoyu) gatherings are known as chashitsu (literally "tea rooms").  The architectural style that developed for chashitsu is referred to as the sukiya style (sukiya-zukuri), and the term sukiya may be used as a synonym for chashitsu.  Related Japanese terms are chaseki, broadly meaning "place for tea," and implying any sort of space where people are seated to participate in tea ceremony, and chabana, "tea flowers", the style of flower arrangement associated with the tea ceremony.
Japanese Teahouse and Flag by AndySerrano Inside Japanese Teahouse and Flag by AndySerrano
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