texture, lattice motif, and colour. It is widely accepted as a part of the Japan culture.
The traditional Shoji contains a wooden lattice with translucent paper on the outer side, and railing slots below and above the door. The original sliding doors can be removed from the rails, which visually enlarges the room and opens it to the garden. As each door differs from the others and interchange could make sliding harder, they remember their exact position. While out of the railed, Shoji are kept in adjacent room or hallway.