Tsukubais, like this one in the garden in front of the Prairie Village home of Fran Lemery, an honorary consul general of Japan, are for washing and purification before entering Japanese homes.
Tsukubais, like this one in the garden in front of the Prairie Village home of Fran Lemery, an honorary consul general of Japan, are for washing and purification before entering Japanese homes. PHOTOS BY TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star
Tsukubais, like this one in the garden in front of the Prairie Village home of Fran Lemery, an honorary consul general of Japan, are for washing and purification before entering Japanese homes. PHOTOS BY TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star

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