10 unusual Japanese houses 狭小住宅 と一風変わっている家

Atypical residences

In Japan becoming a homeowner is very expensive, because land space is scarce. This explains the popularity of micro-houses, kyosho jutaku in Japanese. These small houses are built on very small lots, by young architects who rise to the the challenges of a tight budget.

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