Tokonoma, a kind of decorative alcove in a Japanese-style guest room, normally incorporates raised flooring, one or more hanging scrolls, called kakejiku or kakemono, on the back wall, and a seasonal flower arrangement on the floor. But because fewer new houses nowadays are built with tokonoma, they are becoming unfamiliar to younger Japanese.
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