This is renovation of a Japanese house built about 100 years ago along the old road in Nara City. A part of the building was remodeled into a sushi bar, and then became a vacant house. By restoring the traditional Machiya design such as louvers, eaves, cedar walls and Kawara roofs, this project was selected as a subsidy for Nara City. We renovated the interior to fit the contemporary living style. On the first floor there is a living and dining kitchen facing the garden, a large back yard and a compact sanitary. The second floor is a multipurpose room with a high ceiling. The sub part attached to them became entrance and steel staircase.
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