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Hotubi – Japanese Traditional Design

The Hotubi is an ancient Japanese style that is steeped in both tradition and contemporary styling. Hotubi means ‘hot fire’ and the design is one of a long fire with a number of fireballs decorating the flames, a characteristic that is unique to the Hotubi. The hotubi is often seen in traditional Japanese gardens and also on the outside of houses and buildings.

While the Hotubi has its roots in the traditional kimono styles, it is also a very adaptable design. It can be used to add a sense of warmth or coolness to any room and can also be made to match almost any color scheme. The Hotubi uses a great deal of color and is often the focal point of the room rather than the main feature.

The Hotubi can be found in a variety of colors but it is usually a combination of red, black, white and green. The design is also very traditional and can be found in gardens, in the form of small fires and in the form of tall pillars and lanterns. The design also allows the Hotubi to be the center of attention in a room, as it is often the focal point of the room. It is often displayed on the mantel or on the wall where it becomes the focal point for the room.

The most popular design is that of the Fireplace Hotubi, which is a long, rectangular shaped pillar or a small fireplace that is made of a fire-colored stone. As mentioned, the design is very traditional and is often used on the mantel or as the center piece of the room, which is usually where the houris are placed.

The Hotubi has been incorporated into a wide variety of traditional kimono designs such as those that are worn by women. It is very common to see a small in the background of a kimono design and many are also used in various oriental style settings such as on the front door. They can also be incorporated into a large Japanese style garden, where they are used as the focal point. Many times the Hotubi will also be used in gardens or small areas as a part of the decorative plan. They can also be placed in rooms where the decor is eclectic, such as a coffee shop or a flower shop.

The Hotubi has been used for thousands of years as a source of light, warmth and also a way to relax. It is one of the oldest forms of Japanese architecture and the design has remained the same throughout the ages. They can be found in gardens and temples, or in traditional Japanese gardens, in a large fire pit or in a lantern shape or in a number of other different shapes and sizes.