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The genkan 玄関 is very important in any Japanese dwelling, no matter how big or small. In Japanese houses you MUST remove your shoes before you enter, and the genkan is the place to do so! There is usually a getabako (下駄箱), or "geta box" where the family keeps all their footwear: shoes, rain shoes, boots, and yes, geta. As a guest, you can keep your shoes in the genkan.
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genkan. For leaving your shoes. At the bottom of the studio stairs.
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I've always wanted a "mudroom". I like the step up & place for shoes at the entry. Modeled after a Genkan entry, a feature of Japanese houses, this minimalist mudroom in Palo Alto, Calif., features exterior stone paving that continues into the home. CCS Architecture crafted the interior floor to be raised by 6 inches, where guests then walk with their shoes off.
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Genkan. Japanese style "mudroom". Never wear outside shoes inside=clean floors!!!!