After passing through the curtained path, I followed Auntie Yayoi’s direction to find Mina’s room. Uh. This latter half of their room was surprisingly more spacious than the living room and the kitchen combined. There were two bedrooms located at both corners, obviously one for mother and child. In between their rooms were the bathroom and the laundry room combined.
Then there’s another room that was oddly different from the rest of the house. Instead of the same modern architecture, the room was screaming traditional. It has the traditional Japanese sliding door or also known as shoji. The one with the lattice frame and covered by translucent paper.
Even though it’s firmly closed, I could faintly smell the fragrance of tea inside when I passed by. From below, I also could make out that