A Taste of Japanese Style

My first Second Life building project was the 1st Yordie’s Zen Garden. And when I dismantled the 7th garden a few months ago, it felt like that would be the last of my Zen gardens. Nonetheless, there’s a part of me that just loves Zen and Japanese style in general.

My new home in Martha’s Vineyard is a total joy, but I’ve been thinking a lot about those bamboo forests of the past and have wanted a taste of Japanese style back in my life. So, seeing as I have a space problem in my new home (only 2 rooms), I conceived of a little sky platform where I could place a Japanese style bedroom.

It was a pretty simple project. I just took some of my bamboo out of inventory, redesigned the old Harvest Moon Cafe hut then furnished it with a couple things from one of my old Japanese houses. Oh, and I put up a wonderful rain cloud. Like, what is better than rain on the roof while you sleep! Anyway, I didn’t have a lot of prims to work with, but I think the result is cozy and functional.

Yeah, that’s rain! A little “sun shower” as evening settles in. And how could I not put up a photo of the harvest moon in the old Harvest Moon Cafe. Got my taste of Japanese style and I’m happy.

About Yordie

I'm an avatar from Second Life and gamer on Xbox. I'm also the author of The Temporal Expeditions sci-fi novel series.
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