"Udatsu" are raised walls that were built during the Edo period to prevent the spread of fire from neighboring houses, however, only wealthy households could afford udatsu. The udatsu-lined streets in the heart of Mino city are bathed in the warm glow of paper lanterns made from the very same parchment the Mino is known for.

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  • Price: 16,900,000 JPY
  • Location: 1877-6 Izumicho, Mino City, Gifu Pref.
  • Land: 485.47 sqm / Floor: 98.55 sqm
  • Note: Built in 1920. No parking space is available.
  • Note: This property is located in the Udatsu Wall Historical District and is eligible for renovation subsidies (mainly for the facade). For detail please confirm directly with Mino city.
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Why KORYOYA houses?

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.

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