One of the features of Japanese houses is the tremendous variety of roof styles, depending on the locality and the occupation of the owner. These styles can, however, be classified roughly into three styles called Yosemuné, Kirizuma and Irimoya.
Armorama :: How to Make a Clay or Terracotta Tile Roof by Arvin Arbolado
how to: miniature terracotta roof tiles
Constructing Styrene Buildings from Papercraft Templates | Eviscerate
These are totally awesome DIY lighted, circuit board centerpieces.
Yeti's Bushido Terrain and Ito Clan | GCT Studios
Sarcophagi: Bushido: Bamboo Trees Yeti’s Way
Ronin samurai game at Kapiti club’s open day | DRESSING THE LINES - created via http://pinthemall.net
Gardens surrounding main residence... Kinnikinnick, Panchito Manzanita, Mugo Pines (SO hardy), Thyme and Perennial Sprigs for seasonal blooms