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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Awesome I liked it very simple but smart , I would like to know if in Japan people like to eat junk stuff as we do ? I heard they eat healthy and fermented food ,which is the best ,can you make some video how to make those fermented vegetables or other things . Thanks again great video
How cool ! I have a dream that I desperately want to visit Japan before my time here is done . I am so in love with Japan their culture and their country side the history and the people and I would like to experience everything that Japan has to offer. I am a Buddhist and it would be important part of my journey to visit the different Buddhist temples in mr travels and any other religious buildings as well . I loved your video showing us around a typical Japanese home it was very kind of your friends to allow you to tour their home another dream is to find homestay accommodation instead of hotels so I can also experience japanese life and meet the people .
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Although it was nice of them to show others how a typical Japanese family's house is, I wouldn't want to live that way. It looks so cramp. My wide shoulders and fat butt wouldn't fit in the basement door. Their house is about the size of a fancy tree house. I guess you get used to it if you have lived like that all your life. I bet if one of their kids did an international student exchange it would open their eyes to better way of life.
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