20 pictures that show us how much the Japanese appreciate the minimalist style!

20 pictures that show us how much the Japanese appreciate the minimalist style!

 

Minimalism gradually conquers the world. People like Marie Kondo become famous promoting the idea of throwing everything away, leaving only the things really necessary. This movement is most popular in Japan, where Zen Buddhism inspires simplicity. For Japanese less it means more.

This way of life is very practical in Japan, minimalist is also much cheaper. Due to the fact that Japan is regularly exposed to earthquakes, there is no point in having a house full of valuable goods. We can talk a lot about minimalism, but better look at the unique aesthetics of this trend, which is reflected even in the ordinary Japanese life.

 

1. Windows and the interior do not compete with each other

 

2. The bathroom is simple

 

3. Less, better

 

4. Everybody has his place

 

5. The only furniture in the living room is a table and a chair

 

6. And sometimes even without a seat

 

7. The point is to have the simplest things you need

 

8. But that does not mean that they do not have to be beautiful

 

9. Lack of furniture means more space for various useful and interesting activities

 

10. It’s a way to clean your life

 

11. And the mind

 

12. Nothing distracts you

 

13. It’s easy to keep the kitchen table clean if you have nothing to put on it

 

14. Minimalist refrigerator

 

15. Some images are created for Instagram

 

16. A spoon and a fork are necessary

 

17.Any object has its place and its purpose

 

18. You do not have to think about which dish should be used for food

 

19. There is a certain beauty

 

20.The empty pitch “speaks” more than the space filled with things

 

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One thought on “20 pictures that show us how much the Japanese appreciate the minimalist style!

  • November 11, 2017 at 6:17 am
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    Well that looks like Alabama marble, exactly what we have in our master bath! Of course I love it! Your kitchen will be so pretty!!!!

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