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Asian traditional style Traditional Japanese House these roofs are very functional. You can see the curved tiles on the roof and the layered roof

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Japanese Tatami living corner with storage under the Tatami (Sunken storage)

The grass tatami mats help to control moisture levels in the dining area and hide inbuilt sunken storage boxes beneath. Image by Angela Keoghan

A traditional Japanese house complete with sliding doors everywhere. A great way of maximising space.

Irori - Japanese traditional open fireplace sunken in the surface of the wooden floor; hearth around the fireplace 囲炉裏

Rokkaen, Moroto House in Kuwana, Mie, Japan 六華苑

Engawa(縁側):a narrow wooden passageway [deck] along the edge of a house facing the garden - Rokkaen, Moroto House in Kuwana, Mie, Japan 六華苑

Traditional Japanese House Design with Stunning Forest

The pavilion, containing the largest rooms, stands open during the summer months. The dining room features a recessed floor beneath a table designed by the Longstreths and often used for traditional shabu-shabu, cooked in a Chinese copper ”hot pot.

The change in height from the genkan, stepping up and into the house is of particular cultural significance.   Just about every genkan will have a shoe closet, called a “getabako” in Japanese  Another feature of the genkan is its practical use as an ‘airlock’, separating the heated inside rooms from the colder (often unheated) front entrance.

The change in height from the genkan, stepping up and into the house is of particular cultural significance. Just about every genkan will have a shoe closet, called a “getabako” in Japanese Another feature of the genkan is its practical use as an ‘airl

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