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Korinkyo House, Japan : Hokkaido Residential Architecture

Contemporary Hokkaido House near Sapporo design by Nakayama Architects

12 Mar 2009

Korinkyo Home

Korinkyo House Korinkyo Home Contemporary Hokkaido House near Sapporo

New Japanese home completed Oct 2008

Location: near Sapporo, northern Japan

Photos: Makoto Nakayama

Views from the property exterior:

Entrance to the home:
Korinkyo House by Nakayama Architects

Terrace at the side of the property:
Hokkaido property by Nakayama Architects Contemporary Hokkaido home design by Nakayama Architects Contemporary Hokkaido home near Sapporo design by Nakayama Architects

Views from the property interior:

Japanese style room:
Contemporary Japanese home design by Nakayama Architects Contemporary Sapporo home design Korinkyo House

Korinkyo House Korinkyo House

Living room spaces:
Korinkyo House

Dining, Kitchen, Living area spaces:
Korinkyo House Korinkyo House

Washroom; Bathroom:
contemporary house located near Sapporo Korinkyo House

More architecture information for this contemporary house located near Sapporo is welcome.

House in Korinkyo images / information from Office of Nakayama Architects 120309

Location: Sapporo, Japan, East Asia

Hokkaido Building Designs

Hokkaido Buildings

The Clearwater Building, Niseko, Hokkaido, Northern Japan
Design: Seshimo Architects + Peter Hahn Associates
The Clearwater Building
photography : Junji Kojima / 45gPhotography, Aaron Jamieson
The Clearwater Building in Hokkaido
The structure cantilevers out over the bluff as if to float amidst the surrounding nature. Its name, The Clearwater, is derived from the pure snowmelt from Mt. Yotei that flows in the river below.

Kasho Gyoen Hotel Accommodation, Minami-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido, northern Japan
Architects: Hiramoto Design Studio
Kasho Gyoen Hotel in Hokkaido
photography: Koji Fujii / Nacása&Partners Inc
Kasho Gyoen Hotel in Hokkaido
With an area of around one hectare, the site is located within Shikotsu-Toya National Park in Hokkaido. Near the site there is a renowned hot spring village Jozankei Onsen.

Gamo Sapporo
Design: Edward Suzuki Associates
Gamo Sapporo
So far seven facilities have been designed and constructed all over Japan, and all have the same or similar space arrangement. For instance, the ground floor is usually occupied by parking space together with entrance hall with reception, elevator, and staircase.

Hokkaido Properties

House O, Kamikawa Subprefecture
Design: Jun Igarashi Architects
Hokkaido Home

House M, Kamikawa Subprefecture
Design: Jun Igarashi Architects Inc.
Hokkaido Home

Japanese Architecture

Japanese Architectural Designs – chronological list

Japanese Architecture – key projects

Japanese Houses

Japanese Architectural Studios

House in Yamasaki, Hyogo, central Japan
Design: Tato architects
House in Yamasaki Japanese properties photo
photo : Ken’ichi Suzuki
House Yamasaki

House in Asamayama, Nagano, central Japan
Design: Kidosaki Architects Studio
Asamayama House in Nagano Japan
photo : 45g Photography
House in Asamayama

Nest, Kichijouji, Tokyo
Design: Iida archiship studio
Nest Kichijyoji House Office Tokyo property interior
photo : Ken’ichi Suzuki
Nest Kichijyoji

House in Abiko, Chiba Prefecture, south east Japan
Design: Shigeru Fuse Architects
House in Abiko Japan
photo from architecture firm
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Atelier Tenjinyama, Gunma
Design: Takashi Fujino / Ikimono Architects
Gunma residence in Japan
photograph : Takashi Fujino / Ikimono Architects
Atelier Tenjinyama


Sapporo (札幌市, Sapporo-shi) is the largest Japanese city north of Tokyo and the largest city on Hokkaido, which is Japan’s northernmost main island. It is the capital city of Hokkaido Prefecture and Ishikari Subprefecture. Sapporo lies in the southwest of Hokkaido, within the alluvial fan of the Toyohira River, which is a tributary stream of the Ishikari. Sapporo is considered the cultural, economic, and political center of Hokkaido.

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