JAPAN — Japan’s hot new house is the Yakuza family home at 528 Hachi, according to a new report from Forbes.
The five-story home, which sits just over a mile from Tokyo’s Yakuzawa Station, was built by Yakuzan Construction in the late 1980s.
The home was designed by Japanese architects Suntory for a $2.2 million price tag.
The interior features an impressive dining area and large bedrooms that include a bath and a large closet.
The house has three bedrooms and one bathroom, as well as an open-plan living room and an open kitchen.
The dining room features a large Japanese steak knife.
The kitchen features a stove top and large countertops.
The main living area features a massive living room, a private living room with a fireplace, and an outdoor terrace.
The Yakuzians home, located just a short distance from the central Tokyo subway station, has been praised for its spacious living and dining rooms, and the spacious living room has a massive kitchenette with a large range of appliances.
The owner, Yakuzo Yoshida, told Forbes the house is his dream home.
“I always imagined my dream home to be this big and this large.
But I also like the fact that the house has so many amenities.
I also love the fact the owner is so knowledgeable,” Yoshida said.
The current owner of the house, who has not yet been named, has not commented on the report.
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