Source Via Danny Choo
In my two old posts Thin Buildings In Japan and Thin Buildings In Japan2, which talk about some crazy thin buildings in Japan, and I had asked a question what the inner look like in those thin buildings. But now thanks to Yamada who is one of the comrades in DannyChoo.com, found this video that introduces one of the thin buildings in Japan and see what its inner looks like, so I finally have a chance to know what the inner really looks like and how the owner use that extremely limited narrow space.
Household buildings in Japan are very unique and almost everyone of them have their own style; unlike the place where I live now San Francisco, where most of the household buildings were uniform built.
Photo Source Via Dark Roasted Blend
You can check out the old post Thin Buildings In Japan, for more thin building if you did not see yet.
Photo Source Via Sankaku Complex
I am pretty sure Japan is the only place where you can see this kind of thin and narrow buildings, and I am always wonder what the inner look like in these thin buildings. Hope I will have a chance to visit one of the thin buildings.