Majestic Off-Grid Cabin In The Japanese Mountains

Hidden in the amongst the of rural is this spectacular off-the-grid . It’s the perfect blend of architectural concepts and -style . The home is simple, yet functional and serves as a perfect place to escape the modern world.

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20 Comments

  1. I absolutely love your videos. You always have something complimentary to say, you’re sweet, charming and cordial with your hosts and you always seem so genuinely excited to be there, and your camera woman is great at getting the best shots!

    Someday, I hope to own a tiny home, and your videos are giving me insight into the joys and the challenges of living in a small space, and I really appreciate that. I’ve been going through a bit of a depression, and these videos are always a treat, giving me something to focus on and get out of my own head for a bit.

    Thank you, and keep up the amazing work! You’ve got a better-than-television quality show here!

  2. A really lovely cabin. I love the surrounds & amazing vista. looks so much like New Zealand. Daigo san seems like a neat guy, so relaxed. Thanks for sharing this one Bryce.

  3. Thats just magical! So many different areas, and such open lines, it doesn’t feel small at all. Thank you for showing us this beauty 😀

  4. how wonderful. . I’ve been qouted 2 million yen in Japan for my tiny house. . though the trailer costs bit more but im looking into building on a foundation because of typhoons. . what an inspiration this is.. thanks for sharing!

  5. First off.. This is lovely. I’m really jealous. May I ask, With all that has happened in Japan 2011, do you have concerns about radiation from Fukushima..?

  6. First time inside and I automatically think, wow, it doesn’t look small at all. I would change the design a little bit myself to add a bathroom but this is amazing.

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