In Japan There is no Heater And This How They Conserve Heat in Winter
In most Japanese homes, with the onset of winter, we begin to use kotatsu, a hybrid object between a table, a blanket and a radiator. It must be said that in the land of the rising sun, there is no heating.
Kotatsu is a Japanese traditional furniture: it is a wooden table covered with a futon or a thick blanket, above which one places a wooden board. Under the blanket is a heat source that is often built into the table. Originally, the kotatsu was in the kitchen, always in the same place.But the modern descendant of this piece of furniture can be moved to any room.
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