While most other spruce houses use campfires and cobblestone for the roof, this particular design uses Blackstone and lanterns to create a Japanese feeling. However, it lacks a little curvy at the end of every roof corner. Overall, this build looks mysterious and natural with the oak leaves around!
If you are a big fan of Japanese architecture, you certainly will not be unfamiliar with this type of housing. This Japanese home often has a huge size and complex structures with a classic design and meticulously arranged details, covered around with a lot of trees and plants, which bring us a sense of harmony between man and nature. The paper walls are the best feature of the Japanese house.
If you are foody, you may love what we will introduce to you – A Japanese noodle house restaurant in Minecraft. This is one of the special houses that everyone who loves Japanese food - especially Japanese noodles (Ramen) – should build once when you play this game.
To build this noodle shop, first, you need a square space, then you also need some Stripped Dark Oak Logs to make the basic structures from which you will finish your noodle shop. Because you are building a shop restaurant, you should remember to build a kitchen, furnishing, and one more important thing – a chimney.
Not only can you build a Japanese noodle shop restaurant in Minecraft, but you can also build a Japanese sushi bar in this game. This is by far one of the most beautiful and detailed Japanese builds we've ever seen and everything blend so well with each other. From the spruce planks, slabs, the Blackstone roof, the decoration blocks, and more!
Just imagine building the surrounding landscapes with this style too and you can create a whole Japanese alley. This is gonna be amazing! Moreover, we believe that a Japanese sushi bar and noodle shop should be one of the best options for people who have a strong passion for Japanese cuisine.
We come to Japanese buildings again! And this time is a tiny tea shop with the interior fully decorated. Just by looking at the outside, you can see every detail of the build such as the roof support, the curtain created from the trapdoor, or the roof trim made from stone bricks slabs and the chimney in the back.
We made a detailed guide on how to build this particular house below. Feel free to check that out if you love to build with pictures.
Considered as a small build, if you have access to deepslate and Blackstone in the early game, you can try this survival Japanese house! The build is compacted but you can fit in many functional blocks as you want such as the bed, crafting table, furnace, chests, and more!
If you don't have deepslate or Blackstone yet, you can swap them with literally any stone blocks. Cobblestone, stone bricks, or even sandstone could work really well!
Japanese architecture is incredible! And it's a lot more fantastic in Minecraft if you build it the right way, at the right location. This Japanese underwater castle contains 2 parts. The upper part can be seen as a normal house with fancy lighting and a dark curvy roof. While the submerged part under the ocean is an entire castle (not including the middle tower).
It's really cool to see this build with shaders in Minecraft. Likely the castle is glowing underwater as it's luring visitors.
You can tell that the writer is really into Japanese buildings, aren't you? This pagoda contains 5 floors and each floor is literally the same as the other, making building this easier a little bit. On the base floor, you can see several farms as well as 2 big gorgeous cherry blossom trees. Let's drink a cup of tea and enjoy the scenery!
Japan is a country that is famous for movies. You also love Japan’s movies, don't you? Besides, Japan has a long-time culture. The meaning of constructions is placidity, transparency, and non-materials so people can be in harmony with nature. It's fortunate for Minecraft's residents who like Japan’s architecture because it has been brought into Minecraft.
You can use the dark oak wood block for frames, and the white glass block for the wall and the roof. In front of the house, quite like Japan’s sun gate, you can decorate the wall with the spruce fence gate, vines, and lantern.
Minecraft Asian-style houses always come with cool architectural styles. The curvy roof and aesthetic shape are the main points that make this panda house stand out! At first look, this looks like a mystery temple but when you come close enough, you can find pandas playing around inside.
Many different unique biomes can be found in Minecraft, and these "changes in scenery" have motivated some players to design unique building types in order to further enhance their pixelated worlds. Make a traditional Japanese house in the form of a temple if you want to incorporate different cultures into your Minecraft map. These elaborate patterns translate beautifully into the blocky world of Minecraft and are stunningly beautiful in real life.
The house has two wood-only stories, a sloping roof, and wide, white walls around it. These characteristics are typical of traditional Japanese homes. It's a great area to look for ideas for these kinds of designs.
One of the most distinctive house designs in Minecraft is Ultimate Japanese Mansion. This is a tall, six-story Japanese home with amazing details and complexity. This one has a demanding resource requirement and a challenging architecture, therefore it is only suggested for late-game veterans.
However, if you manage to implement this plan properly, you'll end up with one of the most exquisite buildings you can conceivably construct in Minecraft. The house is constructed of many wooden blocks of various varieties making you feel like a Japanese duke.
You won't need to make many changes to the design because it has plenty of lighting and visible area. You may always include your own embellishments and additions to give the design a more personalized vibe.
Before you can enter the foundation, you must pass through a building with curved, elongated roof eaves; this structure immediately gives you the characteristic aura of Japanese culture.
This large, historic Japanese house looks stunning against the orange, fall foliage. You then enter a courtyard where you are free to wander about the compound with a Japanese motif. You can go outside and enter serene bamboo jungles where you can see flowers or take a stroll if you need a break.
For building this house, the main materials include brick, white concrete, and spruce wood with a combination of planks, logs, slabs, fences, trapdoors, and stairs.
This is a compact Japanese-themed house design that combines several block types to create a beautiful look. The structure is a mixture of wood and metal resources.
The foundation is made out of stone bricks, while the pillars are made of stripped spruce wood. Then we use white concrete to create the walls instead of using any wooden materials. The roof is gambrel style and comes up with multiple stone blocks. While lanterns are hung on every side to bring the light.