Ryōan-ji Ishidatami, Freestone Tiles
Item description - YO20020030
These very authentic looking freestone tiles can be used outside as well as inside of ones home. They are entirely based on the tiles surrounding the gardens of the famous Ryōan-ji temple in Kyoto.
Practically every temple or Shinto shrine in Japan has applied tiles like this that add to the authentic appearance of the entire complex. In Japan floor tiles are referred to as Ishidatami (石畳), or stone Tatami. A name based on Tamami mats that are likewise placed on the floor, but then primarily inside ones home.
• Origin: China
• Material: Freestone
• Age: New product
• Thickness: Varies, 3 centimeters on average
• Price per m2
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Certificate of Authenticity
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|YO20020030||20 cm||20 cm||3 cm||€ 355.00|