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With Japanese homes eschewing windows that offer passersby interior views, deploying a wall concept on the south side, with floor to ceiling windows providing mountain vistas from living room and line of sight to Mt. Fuji from penthouse
Interior Italian slate courtyard permitting both privacy and sky views, in addition to the freedom to open Japanese-style bathing area window, or electronically switch between transparent and non-transparent window setting
Optimizing spaciousness via natural wood floors throughout; black Italian tile for main entrance, penthouse, interior courtyard, and baths; white walls that extend from the interior through and beyond veranda and inner courtyard; original artwork by Picasso and Chagall; modern furniture; in-home elevator; multimedia digital entertainment centers; robust steel-reinforced concrete structural design offering earthquake resistance, ideal affinity for climate and seasons of Japan, and modernist look and feel
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