Rangetsu Ryokan

15.09.2014 § Leave a comment

Ryokan means “inn” in Japanese. Usually it’s a tatami place with shoji doors. It’s popular to stay in Ryokan at the hot spring resorts in Japan. My sister and I went to one called Rangetsu. It had a private hot spring opening to a small garden as well as a public one (where we went) which also had an outdoor hot spring pool.

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And this was the breakfast they served at Rangetsu. I like this arrangement and all of the different dishes. In fact, back at Brentano I have a collection of hand-thrown pots that are serving as inspiration for some of the new patterns we’re working on for spring 2016.

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