I don't read Japanese, so unfortunately I can not read the original text, and the Google Translate gives rather funny results such as: "...Zeng bookshelf that grandfather had been favorite is, of more than 100 years of antique. That make the keyhole and hinges are particularly liked", "And to such only a strong presence furniture, strange livin that was in perfect harmony" and "Beds that Anna is lying, bed cover is hung purchased in India". I trust in Japanese it makes more sense...although I must admit that the the google translated description "strange living in perfect harmony" somehow well describes our home! Our house would not be Marie Kondo approved as we like to accumulate things: plants, masks, huacos, books...and even wine bottle corks, but somehow everything finds it place around here.
So if you want to peek, here's the link. And by the way: we do have curtains, usually, They just happened to be at maintenance at the time of the photos.