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Both owners and designers discussed the neo-Chinese style and came to a consensus to create a novel oriental style that would appeal to the young. The result is graceful, elegant, and modern. The exterior design combines Chinese and Japanese styles. For example, there is a tea room where you can sit on the ground on the first floor, a children's bedroom with Japanese-style sliding doors on the second floor, and a circular and square opening with oriental philosophical significance on the third floor to connect the bedroom, study and dressing room.