This Tiny Japan Home is Just 594 Square Feet—But Wait until You Check What’s inside!

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Is 594 square feet enough for a fully furnished home?

While most of us dream of owning a large house with many rooms and a huge front yard complete with a pool and a library, there are people who dream of owning a simple house—not necessarily big—but complete with a bed and bath, a kitchen and a leisure area. Did you know that with just 500 square feet, this dream can come true?

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Architect Kota Mizuishi designed the Riverside House for a family of three and shared the following photos with Reshareworthy.


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The house, which only has a floor area of 594 square feet, feels like a full-sized home with its vaulted ceilings, large windows and three floors—can you believe that?


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Not only was the lot tiny for a house, it was also shaped like a triangle, making it almost impossible to build a house on it. But this home’s design not only maximizes its unusual lot, it also takes full advantage of its riverside views.


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Take a look inside this tiny Japan home:

On the third level is a loft space that doubles as a playroom. 

 


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Next to the dining area is the living room with large bay windows on either side.


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The kitchen and dining room has a lovely high ceiling.


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The bedroom is on the bottom floor. 


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The bathroom is very sleek and modern.


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