one large room that can be separated and closed off by doors

Building Traditional Japanese Houses

(Next to Living for Tree and Window seat) one large room that can be separated and closed off by doors

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

Traditional Japanese house interior. It's so open and in harmony with the nature.

love architecture and japan or are you just curious what a traditional japanese home is like versus just the manga? Check out these featured areas of a japanese home to see what real and what's not.

Traditional Japanese House Floor Plan  Enchanting On Modern Interior And Exterior Ideas For Your ArchitectNet Zero Energy Architect Eco Green  9

Traditional Japanese House Floor Plan Enchanting On Modern Interior And Exterior Ideas For Your ArchitectNet Zero Energy Architect Eco Green 9

This garden complex, constructed for a private residence in San Rafael, CA, includes a traditional Japanese tea house, an entrance gate, a sheltered bench, and a wooden bridge.

Go to our website to see Japanese garden structures that beautifully enhance a garden such as viewing pavilions, entrance gates, wooden bridges, pergolas.

from Chidori

One in a series of illustrated guides, focusing on design and the multifaceted landscape of Japanese living today, by the art publisher Taschen.

The traditional Japanese house with its broad, low roofs and wide eaves was a strong influence on Arts & Crafts architecture.

The traditional Japanese house with its broad, low roofs and wide eaves was a strong influence on Arts & Crafts architecture … simple majesty

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