Ever wondered what you would answer if your dog asked you how much you love her? I hope you are diplomatic enough to not promise your canine friend the best doghouse in the world because that shit is going to cost you more than an airstream travel trailer. I am not kidding, a Japanese-style dog house is up for grabs and it will cost you $150,000.
What’s the monetary limit to loving your dog? If you are muddled by the question, try buying the Inudono! A combination of two words ‘Inu’ meaning dog, and ‘Dono’ which means feudal lord; the doghouse is for Richie Rich and the billionaires out there. Any other traditional wood or plastic doghouse costs about $300 on average but Inudono is not an ordinary doghouse.
What makes it so costly is its grand architecture inspired by Japanese shrines and temples. The doghouse exudes rustic elegance, while its structure is strong and delicate at the same time. Drawing design inspiration from traditional Japanese architecture, the doghouse features a sloping roof.
Measuring 47-inches tall and 48-inches wide, the doghouse offers enough room for your dog to turn around and move about within. As far as the construction material is concerned, the doghouse is constructed using Japanese hinoki and keyaki cypress wood. For the base, the architectural firm has used granite while the roof features copper plates which provide a rustic element.
This sort of architecture is usually found in Buddhist temples and will now feature in this doghouse made by Bunkaizai Kozo Keikaku in Japan. Completely handmade, it is crafted by Japanese carpenters and artisans using the same techniques applied in building temples or shrines in the nation.
People interested in pampering their dogs in the most luxurious manner possible, just hold up. This architectural style doghouse would go on pre-order in September 2022.
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