Alpine Boot rooms

The intersection of the Japanese genkan and the American boot or mud room both literally and figuratively leaves the dirt outside before entering the inner sanctuary...
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Built in entry in the mud room

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Japanese garden

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The change in height from the genkan, stepping up and into the house is of particular cultural significance.   Just about every genkan will have a shoe closet, called a “getabako” in Japanese  Another feature of the genkan is its practical use as an ‘airlock’, separating the heated inside rooms from the colder (often unheated) front entrance.

The change in height from the genkan, stepping up and into the house is of particular cultural significance. Just about every genkan will have a shoe closet, called a “getabako” in Japanese Another feature of the genkan is its practical use as an ‘airlock’, separating the heated inside rooms from the colder (often unheated) front entrance.


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The change in height from the genkan, stepping up and into the house is of particular cultural significance.   Just about every genkan will have a shoe closet, called a “getabako” in Japanese  Another feature of the genkan is its practical use as an ‘airlock’, separating the heated inside rooms from the colder (often unheated) front entrance.

The change in height from the genkan, stepping up and into the house is of particular cultural significance. Just about every genkan will have a shoe closet, called a “getabako” in Japanese Another feature of the genkan is its practical use as an ‘airlock’, separating the heated inside rooms from the colder (often unheated) front entrance.

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