The rental housing to be released this time is characterized by the conventional construction method using natural materials "earth, wood, paper" for areas where cityscape regulations are strict nationwide. The exterior is made of plastered walls and clay walls, which are traditional Japanese finishing materials, and the roof is made of Sanshu roof tiles and Awaji roof tiles.
In addition, the interior uses Japanese-style fittings such as tatami mats, bran, and shoji screens, and domestic materials are used for the structural framework of columns and beams. In addition, it is possible to accommodate rental housing with stores on the first floor and strip-shaped sites with narrow frontage and deep depth, which are often found in Kanazawa and Kyoto.
At the same time, the company also released the two-story Japanese-style rental housing "Sejour Wit Kyowa-style," which has a dignified appearance and uses decorative wife decorations, window lattices, and Japanese-style roof tiles. We will strengthen sales of Japanese-style rental housing products.