• The Japanese House

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  • —-05 STUFF AND STORAGE (131)
    131 The Ideology of Tidiness
    133 Storehouse Living: Circulation versus Accumulation
    134 Storage Strategies
    139 Furniture Walls: Storage and Display
    142 Dowries and Furniture Provisioning
    143 Starter Homes
    146 Life Cycle Rupture Points: If i had a house like a castle I would take everything
    149 Conclusion: Conduits and Containers, Circulation and Accumulation
    152 SPREAD 7: Women and their K-Imonos
    154 Spread 8: Rebuilding the family home

  • —-06 Troublesome things (157)
    158 Domestic Disarray
    161 Souvenir Cabinets: Object frozen in Time and Space
    164 The Tyranny of Ornaments
    165 Commemorative, Decorative gifts and Unique Relationships
    170 Ephemeral Gifts and the Renewal of Value
    172 Surplus, Divestment and Informal Sociality
    174 Conclusion: Possibilities and constraitns of Japanese Gift Exchange
    178 SPREAD 9: The Dolls festival
    180 Spread 10 Recycling Domestic Goods

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