In this second tokonoma was a pearl-grey vase, and that was all.
At right angles to this wall I can see the tokonoma recess—a yard deep and two yards long and nearly as high as the room.
In her tokonoma she had just hung up a Japanese painting representing a moonlight scene.
Save for the sill of the tokonoma, which was black lacquer, every inch of wood in the place was natural grain without flaw.
The worst thing I did was to sit in front of the tokonoma when I went in.
With this the severed fragments of the hussy and her foetus were mingled, and thus concealed in the wall of the tokonoma.
On the tokonoma, in a rare bronze of Sung workmanship, lay a single morning-glory—the queen of the whole garden!
He had grasped in both hands the flower vase standing in the alcove (tokonoma).
The third wall, a solid one of smoke-blue plaster, held the niche called "tokonoma," where pictures are hung and flower vases set.
In the tokonoma hangs a kakemon,—a wonderful writing by an ancient monk dealing with the evanescence of all earthly things.