The Wa

The Wa or the importance of living in harmony

The Wa is undoubtedly the term that best characterizes the Japanese art of living. Advocating social harmony and humility, the Wa irrigates Japanese society as a whole.

L'architecture des maisons traditionnelles est le reflet du wa

The architecture of the traditional houses is a reflection of the wa


cérémonie du thé

Tea is whipped during the ceremony

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