In a traditional Japanese house, the area designated for cooking was built differently from the other rooms, without the habitual wooden floor, to prevent the risk of fires.
The cooking was made in a stove made of clay called kamado, fired by wood or charcoal. Interestingly, the fire was completely enclosed, and there were no chimneys…
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Lens: 8-16mm F/4.5-5.6G
Focal Length: 11mm
Shutter Speed: 1/60s
ISO Sensitivity: ISO 200
Yesterday’s Japan Photo: