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Zashiki is an alternative sitting area for the western culture.
The table top is a dark lacquered beechwood
The foot of the table is made of concrete and is extended onto the seat surface, which is comfortable by upholstery and the pillows.
The plates can be inserted into the central recess of the light table.
A narrow glass tray, which has almost the width of the table, can be formed by grooves to push the side of the table to the front and rear.
Connected with the tray is a vase, which is arranged according to Ikebana.
Mazzara, Tiziana Flavia