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When thinking of traditional Japanese architecture, the first thing that comes to mind is the elegantly curved roofs constructed with metal grey roof tiles. Kawara (瓦) refers to a clay roof tile. Traditional roofs made of Kawara tiles are called Kawarabuki (瓦葺き) or Iraka (甍).
Yokoso Japanese Gardens professionally designs and constructs Japanese-style wooden buildings, gates, and other traditional constructions. Original Japanese Kawara roof tiles have always been a popular option to take the authenticity level of the construction to even greater heights.
Because we receive a lot of requests for Japanese roof tiles we decided to offer them as a separate product. For your convenience, we have listed all the different types in our catalog. Calculating all the different parts for a roof can be quite difficult, so please feel free to contact us if you need any help. Note, Kawara roof tiles can be ordered, starting at a minimum of 10 m2.
This particular type of Kawara roof tile is called Man Ju Noki which forms the front of the roof.
• Origin: Japan
• Material: Kawara Ceramic
• Age: Reiwa period (new)
• 4 tiles per m1