Talk:Fusuma

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Same diff?[edit]

This article doesn't make it very clear exactly what the difference is between fusuma and shoji. If someone well-educated in Japanese architecture could provide historical/traditional/architectuaral/aesthetic/practical differences between the two, this article could be greatly improved. Also, this article should probably be expanded. If it can't be, then maybe it should be merged with the shoji article. 72.39.148.218 (talk) 03:28, 18 July 2008 (UTC)