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Mt. Fuji and flowering cherry trees – this house provides one of the most appreciated view of Japan.
 

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Who: LEVEL Architects
What: Single family residence
Where: Fuji City, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan
When: April 2011
How: Three-story reinforced concrete construction
Site Area: 2,234 square feet (207.50m²)
Construction Area: 1,118 square feet (103.91m²)
Total Floor Area: 2,086 square feet (193.81m²)