Kominka are old wooden traditional houses built approximately 100 years ago in a traditional Japanese architectural style using timeless building techniques and natural materials.
The method of wood joinery structure of the central pillar and the thick beams does not use nails; instead the joints are crafted to naturally fit or “join” together naturally with craftsmanship designed to withstand the passage of time for hundreds of years if it is well-maintained.Kominka recreates various traditional lifestyles from more than 100 years ago, with such structures as farmhouses, samurai residences, merchants’ homes, and residences of wealthy families.
In order to pass on the antique items made by traditional Japanese technique to the next generation, at “Kominka Bank”, we are looking for someone who can take good care of these antique items that are forgotten in Kominka on sale.
Japanese Zen culture and Bushido spirit...
These were cultivated in the traditional Japanese building “Kominka”