This is an inside look of a typical Japanese family's house in Tokyo Japan. This is a very common home in Tokyo. Unlike many people who rent Tokyo Apartments, this is a rented Tokyo House. The design of the Tokyo Home is very similar to other Japan homes except maybe the basement and attic.
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I want a fish grill built in too. Love the wood walls and windows on second story. I luv the house design from the street with geometric shapes and a private parking space. Nice to see how others live. The US is getting interested in more minimal living, not necessarily due to space but cost. Thanks for video.
You consider that a family in Tokyo is average? Do you think that a family in New York City or Paris or London is average for their countries? Check out the suburban, country, seashore families and you might come up with a different definition of "average."
Very interesting insight into an average Japanese home. We just got a toilet/bidet combo here in our home in Canada and we love it. The addition of the sink at the back of the tank is very clever. Their home really is quite spacious and private.Thanks for posting.
Now only if people in the US lived this efficiently and lived within their means and lose the abundance mentality. I'm life has been so much easier, more money saved traveled to 11 countries with the extra cash.
No shower in the bathroom?? where is it??? Thank you for showing us around here!! It is refreshingly different!! I really appreciated the views!! Wonder how many Sq feet it has...a lot of people here in the US live in 1000 Sq Foot apartments! and they seem roomy enough!! Living room, kitchen bathroom and bedroom and a couple closets, on large for clothes, and one small for hanging coats, also a small one for towels sheets bedding etc.!
Respect! I live on 5 acres about 200 metres from my neighbours and I sometimes complain coz I can hear their music! I don't even use the space to do anything except keep my neighbours(very nice people by the way) away. I like to think I'm sequestering carbon dioxide in my trees!
I am from India and I love this house...the house of doraemon and shinchan is some what like this and I really wanted to live in this house .. I mean it is my dream house ..
It was a little bit messy but was awesome💞💞💞💞💞💞💞😁😊
I cried when i saw how happy they are, when i was younger i would laugh and say this is boring and too poor. But now i yearn and pray to god that i may one day have this kind of happiness and family. Thank you for this video
The two types of homes that come to mind is either a small student apartment with like one room + toilet or a full house with a yard that circles the house. Homes like shown in the video never come to mind.
Sorry honey but in one breath you say this is a typical Japanese home then you are saying all the things they have are outside the norm like Estrada’s basement, upper attic extra secret space extra office space & then the kitchen you say is pretty big & sink is pretty big so I guess it’s not the average home including the back yard but thanks for the tour as we see a big house there is like a shoebox in Australia hehe 😂😂😂💖
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