Taking good care of antiques
This residence is newly built by not destroying the traditional folk house but making use of it.
Though they had great difficulty in getting the building contractor to understand their desire to take good care of antiques, they managed to materialize their desire by demonstrating a strong will to succeed. They repeatedly challenged the building contractor who kept saying, “Building a new house is easier.” They chose some of our furniture and fittings, including the kurado for the entrance door and the creative dining table made of the ranma with the finest carvings. Have a look at the marvelous living space that embodies their dream.