Explore inside The Japanese House in our first full exhibition Google Street View capture.
Wander through the narrow corridors of Yasuo Moriyama’s house, designed by SANAA architect, Ryue Nishizawa; wander through the garden around Fujimori’s unusual tea house and head upstairs to explore some of the galleries to see photography and models from some of the most innovative architects in Japan.
To navigate, use the arrow keys on your keyboard to move through the space, or click on the arrows on screen. To move upstairs, click ‘1’ on the right hand side of the screen to jump to the upper levels.
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The Japanese House: Architecture and Life After 1945 takes place until 25 June
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