The traditional Japanese house 日本の伝統的な住宅

Japanese habitat - the architecture of a traditional Japanese house

Wooden structures, tatami rooms, paper walls: in Japan, the houses are enough to disorient Westerners, who are more used to concrete walls and tiled floors. Indeed, atypical for Westerners who travel to the land of the rising sun, traditional Japanese houses are unusual homes. Discover their characteristics.

The Gion Kaburenjo house in Kyoto

Nos maisons à Kyoto

Gion, Kyoto

  • 20m²
  • 2 travelers
  • WIFI

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