The original building had the same ridgepole for all functionally different types of spaces. Later the daidokoro was rebuilt too.
Some plans also include full sized template files to help you with more difficult and critical parts. The service space has and earth floor and Fig. In 1901 a new zashiki was built and was connected to the eaves of these rooms. Thanks I live in Northern Ontario Canada is a small town.. When this house was reformed, it had the omoya and the doma roofs united in a single hipped roof.
Like the other buildings, my walls are made with cobblestone, dark wood and white wool. All the older minkas suffered reforms in the middle of the 18th century. Hosokawa house was built in 1860, in Kumamoto prefecture. At the end of the 19th century it was both by Sankei Hara and was moved to the Sankei garden, in Yokohama, Kanagawa prefecture.
In this type we can identify three functionally different spaces - formal, informal and service -which are sheltered under independent roof structures and connected at the eaves.
The house is composed of an omoya building and a zashiki building, which have theirs ridgepole at a right angle.
This style is called futsumune- zukuri two ridges , or futatsu-yane.
However before the restoration, the omoya and the doma where under the same single ridged hipped roof. Design Dilemma. The service space toilets and kitchen has distinct roofs. The nakae is side entered and has a tiled sangawara gabled roof.
It was restored in 1991. The zashiki and the kamaya have a tiled gabled roof. Here again each space of the house is under a distinct roof structure.