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Weekend Reading: The Organized Home, Japanese Edition

This week, we found a host of small-space ideas on Remodelista, which looked east—to the Far East, specifically—for inspiration. Here’s what captured our interest:

Japanese toasters are narrow and tall, a boon for space-challenged kitchens. See this one by Vitantonio and nine others in 10 Easy Pieces: Compact Vertical Toaster Ovens from Japan.
Above: Japanese toasters are narrow and tall, a boon for space-challenged kitchens. See this one by Vitantonio and nine others in 10 Easy Pieces: Compact Vertical Toaster Ovens from Japan.
Vertical Alley open stair to bedrooms, Tokyo. No. 555 Architects.
Above: This small, sliver of a building in Tokyo includes a store on the first level, an office on the second, living quarters on the third, and a sleeping loft on the fourth. It also has a vertical compact toaster! See if you can find it in Vertical Alley: A Live/Work Tower for Two in Tokyo. Photograph by Torimura Goichi Photography Office, courtesy of No. 555.
A small kitchen in Nagoya, Japan, features some of the prettiest drawer organizers we’ve ever seen. Be sure to read Kitchen of the Week: A Custom Culinary Workspace by a Japanese Atelier for clever kitchen storage solutions.
Above: A small kitchen in Nagoya, Japan, features some of the prettiest drawer organizers we’ve ever seen. Be sure to read Kitchen of the Week: A Custom Culinary Workspace by a Japanese Atelier for clever kitchen storage solutions.

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