Welcome to a home that pays tribute to minimalist and ingenious Japanese architecture design. House in Hikarimachi was designed by Japanaese studio Rhythmdesign and is located in the neighborhood of Kasuga, Japan. The residence was especially created for a single family home, while considering the idea of a good indoor-outdoor connection. The most striking element of its architecture is a tall rectangular void which covers the vertical surface of the last two floors of the house, creating a very original outdoor terrace. The first floor is reserved for a garage and private living areas. All the three levels interact with each other with the help of minimalist white stairs, which come to complement the rest of the villa design. The interiors are absolutely fascinating in their simplicity. All the windows feature long curtains on tracks with the help of which the inhabitants can adjust the lighting in the entire home. Enjoy the photos and tell us if you appreciate these type of minimalist Japanese design ideas.