The local people open their homes to show off their treasures inside: artworks, shoji screens, their homes.
Meister, like shoji, is a designer who consistently dresses plus-size stars.
Um-ko in her room forgot her sewing, and leaned a delicate ear closer to the shoji.
The old dame threw aside the shoji like an armor, and walked in.
Down L. is an open section of shoji leading to the Prince's apartments.
But one night there came a gentle tapping on his shoji—like the dream.
shoji, the sliding screens which take the place of doors in a Japanese house.
His shoji were made of waste paper and his guests received tea only.
The presence of an unusual light under the shoji brought her to her knees.
On hearing the commotion she opened the shoji and eagerly scanned the direction whence it arose.