A beautiful Kominka in the thick green mountains. The front entrance that guests see for the first time is very formal, and the room that spreads out behind the entrance earthen floor is large enough to accommodate a reception set.
Please note that KORYOYA is not a real estate company but a portal site that connects the buyer to the local real estate agent and the owner. Please have a look at our Flow & Services section to see the services that we provide.
The traditional Japanese houses listed on KORYOYA are all built before 1950 with the traditional construction method.
The traditional method is the result of more than a thousand years of past carpenters passing down their efforts and wisdoms. As no new houses can be built with the traditional construction method under current law, the high craftsmanship is in danger of becoming a dying art.
The purchasing flow and the types of services you may need depends on factors such as where you live, your ability to communicate in Japanese, and your intended use of the property.