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Have you guys ever wondered what a $4 million house looks like in Tokyo?
Well, in this video, I'm gonna take you guys inside of a brand new modern Tokyo house and then break down the cost So we'll be checking out the ST Jude Taku model house, also known as to Generation House.
So this is your Japanese take on a modern house.
It's pretty common in Japan for the grand parents.
Live with you.
And as you can see, the two doors allow for more privacy.
And what's pretty sweet is right here.
We have wheelchair access for grandma or grandpa.
When you enter a Japanese house, you'll notice the floor level is different at the entrance.
This is where you take off your shoes.
So on the fourth floor, right next to the entrance.
This is where the grandparents lived in this tatami room that has a table in the center for during the day.
And then at night you can move the table over to the side of the room, and you can put your gun down on the tatami mats.
If you've ever visit Japan and you've ever been todo con, this setup is very similar.
In fact, a lot of modern houses don't have tatami rooms, but older generations are just more comfortable to tournaments.
That's why they offer this solution.
Look at all these details.
So cool.
Oh, nice that there's a little display area.
Now let's check out the living for all generations.
So this place is so big it almost feels like a restaurant.
One of the reasons why they made this place so spacious is that it's designed for two families.
So that's why you have this big table behind me.
You have this huge kitchen right here, and then you have that big living room over there to the right.
Well, maybe not in Western centers, but it's pretty big here in Japan, just behind the tiny table.
You can see that there's a desk over there and that does is designed for the kids to study.
It's a mom.
She's in the kitchen, or Dad is in the kitchen, cooking bacon.
Still watch over their kids while they're studying, and Grandma Grandpa can also obviously help with their homework.
This is the main kitchen in a traditional Japanese kitchen.
They usually don't have dishwashers, but in this kitchen.
They've built in a little dish washer, and they usually don't have large toes.
But they do have these fish grills.
In Japan, many families cook a lot of fish, and these fish grills are a timesaver.
One of the things that I love about this traditional refrigerator is that has to soft using transfer your meats, which I love, because I just want beers in there and it just keeps my super cold.
And then it also has its like cool trick right here.
Actually have an icemaker.
Put your water in here and just below you having rice.
And in the bottom section, this is mainly meant for vegetable.
It's got a microwave stove and toaster that's pretty convenient for your little appliances, and you don't use so often.
But then you once and I'll use it just pulls out just like this.
This is the air conditioning unit in Japan, houses that don't have a central heating.
So what you'll find is that each room will have its own dedicated air conditioning unit.
So this room may be hot, but the next room, if you haven't turn on, could be super cold.
But guys, let me show you one of my favorite parts about this house.
Move.
I'm inside.
I'm outside.
Yup.
It has an open balcony just outside of the living room.
I love how this is all connected to just one like free flowing design.
This is a bathroom and changing room.
This is a towel.
Reckon it's pretty nice about it.
You see these common in the lodges, and if you haven't seen these before you basically you just hang the towels like so, and it beats them up.
You can touch it doesn't get too hot, but it will drive the towels even faster than if you just said it outside normally.
Plus, it acts as a little heater for the room.
This tub is pretty sleep, but it's not as sleek as Elektronik controls.
Let me show you what this stuff does is it allows you to automatically fill the tub at a preset temperature so you could specifically set it to 36 degrees, and the water will be that warm.
And then, after using it a wild.
You can just press the reheat button and it'll reheat the water to the temperature you've specified.
Pretty freaking cool.
I mean, hot.
It also has its own air conditioning with Dreyer feature so you can hang and dry your clothes inside of the bathroom dope, and this bathtub even has a lit.
These lids are used for families because in Japan the families often share the bathtub water together.
And always.
One of my favorite parts of the Japanese home is the washing machine and dry.
While you do is you put your clothes in with detergent in the softener in and within a few hours everything is clean and dry.
You may think that this is just a closet, but guess what?
It's not.
It's a mini office, and it's got Grandma's secret sewing room, too.
Now let's move on to the second floor.
So since this house is designed for two families, a second floor is generally made for the younger family.
And because it's a younger family, it's a little bit more cozy that we saw downstairs.
This room is just so jazzy.
Kitchen size is designed just enough for four people.
Cozy master bedroom with a walk in closet connected to the hallway and check out this hidden floor on the top of the house and for sure it's got solar panels pretty common these days.
All right, so let's break down the cost of building this house in Tokyo.
Currently, the average price of land in Tokyo in the central 23 wards is about 1.4 million yen per square meter, which works out to be about $13.2000 per square meter.
To build a house this size, we're gonna need about 264 square meters of land.
That gives us the cost of land.
The re $2640.5 million.
The house itself is about 230 square meters would cost about $660,000 to build this house.
So the total cost comes out to be about $4.1 million.
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