Washitsu (和室), meaning "Japanese-style room(s)", and frequently called a "tatami room" in English, is a Japanese term for a room in a house or apartment that has traditional tatami flooring. Washitsu also usually have sliding doors (fusuma), rather than hinged doors between rooms. This room has very low table matched with 6 zabuton set on the tatami. (6 tatami= 6 jo-ma) Nowadays, many Japanese houses have only one washitsu, which is sometimes used for entertaining guests, and most rooms are Western-style. Many new construction Japanese apartments do not have washitsu at all, instead using linoleum or hardwood floors. We have a custom approx 11ft x 10ft room with approx 11ft x 4ft hallway. 6 Zabuton cushions, 1 very low table, 2 double outlets, 4 recessed lightings in the room, 2 recessed lightings in hallway, AC ready. Includes parking for 5 cars inside our gated property. Our neighbor has free street parking all the time.
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Gina H. booked a production for 7 people
Hiro was a great host! From the start to finish, he was very communicative and punctual, answering all the questions we had in great detail. The Washitsu is beautiful and perfect for what we were seeking. We were filming a Japanese scene for a project, and needed a very authentic Tatami room. The place was immaculately clean. There was also an indoor connecting resting space for the crew, a kitchen area, and was a perfect size for about a 10 person crew. I highly recommend this place!