This house uses the block of version 1.14, but you can build it with the old version of Minecraft such as PS3 or wii. Hi My name is SEVEN. This time, I will introduce how to make “Wafu no Ie” which “SimonJack 303” requested. The design of this house is based on a traditional Japanese house. Also, this house was built with a default texture. But this house uses Minecraft version 1.14 blocks. But you can build this house with the old version Minecraft as well, so don’t worry. However, the construction instructions are divided for version 1.14 from the middle. So I recommend you to make this house after you watch the video. So let’s make it. Place cobblestone as shown
(The gold _ block side will be the front) By the way, this cobblestone is the block fence around the house. Therefore, if you are building a town, please use the position of cobblestone as a reference. Place the spruce _ blank as shown in the figure Put dark_oak_log at the Acacia location The spacing between the blocks is like this. put oak_planks Put 7 dark _ oak _ logs
(Total height is 8) Put 6 dark_oak_log
(Total height is 7) spruce_planks Make the other side in the same way Put the block in the same way on the front Move to the back side. Stack blocks to the height of the pillar Break 4 spruce_planks Move to the front side and place 6 dark_oak_log Place dark_oak_log with landscape orientation quartz_block spruce_planks spruce_planks Put spruce_stairs first, then put four spruce_slabs Repeat this Put spruce_stairs at the last position This is what it looks like in the diagram. Make the front left side Place 4 dark_oak_logs at 3 square intervals Put the blocks in the same way dark_oak_log spruce_stairs quartz_block Put block only on top Fill with quartz_block Place the block as before Make a window with glass_pane Make the right side Put 6 dark_oak_log at 2 square intervals Put 8 dark_oak_log Put dark_oak_log from the 5th height spruce_stairs Put quartz_block so that it is 4 steps high Put block only on top quartz_block glass_pane SORRY.
Fix some spruce_slab Place oak_planks and make the floor Place the sand as shown. put dark_oak_log Put spruce_planks on both ends Put 4 dark_oak_log
(Total height is 5) Put 5 dark_oak_log
(Total height is 6) Make the same Connect each pillar with dark_oak_log Create a wall in the place where you put the sand beforehand. spruce_planks quartz_block dark_oak_log I will slowly put the block, so do it as shown in the video. Put it like this. Put 3 sand dark_oak_log sand Don’t put a block on the edge. It will be fine if it looks like this. dark_oak_log Put dark_oak_planks here dark_oak_log Make a ceiling using dark_oak_slab Don’t put a block in the front row Put dark_oak_stairs in a place where no block is placed Put dark_oak_planks in the rest of the place Leave a space in this area “2×5” as shown. By the way, there is space for 4 squares from the edge. Put dark_oak_planks in the rest of the place Use dark _ oak _ planes to fill in the gaps stone_brick_slab Place it so that it protrudes 2 squares from the side. Put 9 stone_brick_slab Make the other side in the same way Put two stone_brick_slab in the center Extend only the front roof to where the stone _ brick _ slab on the left is located Extend the roof on the back to where the blocks are stepped Break one block and put 11 dark_oak_log Leave 3 squares on top and place 19 spruce-planks horizontally. Place 11 spruce_planks Put 5 spruce_planks so that the height is 6 steps In this way, the height is 6 steps spruce_planks Since there is a gap at the right end, put spruce_planks dark_oak_log The height is the same as the other pillars Place 19 spruce_planks It will be fine if it is in the same position as the back wall. spruce_planks Create walls with spruce_planks Break the roof Go to the front and put dark_oak_stairs By the way, this is a rafter often seen in Japanese architecture. Don’t put a block on the edge dark_oak_slab In places where blocks cannot be placed, break the roof and place blocks Put dark_oak_stairs from the second square Put the opposite in the same way stone_brick_slab It will be fine if it looks like this. stone_brick_slab Place stone_brick_slab in the center Make a front door spruce_slab spruce_stairs spruce_stairs oak_trapdoor dark_oak_stairs dark_oak_planks hopper stone_brick_slab Similarly put stone_brick_slab Break one block and connect the roofs together Similarly, break the roof and extend it Put stone_brick_slab in the corner Place 4 stone _ brick _ slab on each side Extend the roof to the wall position stone_brick_slab stone_brick_stairs Put quartz_block in the second column spruce_slab Break the roof and place spruce_slab stone_brick_slab Break the corner of the roof to make a flip-up roof Move to the left side Extend the roof The roof protrudes 2 squares from the wall position 屋根の中央のstone_brick_slabは延長しないので、注意してください dark_oak_stairs dark_oak_slab stone_brick_slab spruce_planks SORRY.
I’ll fix it a little. dark_oak_log The height is the same as the other pillars Make a pillar in the same way spruce_planks The floor will be made below this later, so you can leave one space. Make the second floor wall Put three dark_oak_logs at intervals of 3 squares Put 3 dark_oak_log at 5 square intervals Make the other side in the same way Put dark_oak_log every 2 squares Make the other side in the same way spruce_stairs quartz_block dark_oak_log Go to the front and put dark_oak_stairs cobblestone_wall,iron_bars Put blocks on hopper while “Sneaking”. stone_brick_slab Make a window on the front 2nd floor wall glass_pane Make a window on the left wall glass_pane Make a window on the right wall Move to the back side and make a window using glass_pane spruce_planks stone_brick_slab Similarly put stone_brick_slab Place dark_oak_slab in the center and two dark_oak_stairs on each side This completes the roof Make the second floor roof Put dark_oak_planks in the center of each wall Put dark_oak_slab on each corner Put dark_oak_stairs from the edge toward the center Make each side in the same way It will be fine if it becomes like this. stone_brick_slab stone_brick_slab Place stone_brick_slab from the corner to make a roof frame Extend this roof stone_brick_stairs stone_brick_slab quartz_slab There will be a gap, but don’t worry about it. dark_oak_log dark_oak_slab stone_brick_slab Make the other side in the same way Make a flip-up roof stone_brick_slab make a balcony in the front second floor Break 9 blocks from the second square, counting from the wall pillar stone_brick_slab Place one oak_stairs and two oak_slab Place oak _ stairs in reverse and place one oak _ slab Put oak _ stairs and two oak _ slabs Put oak_stairs at the end Repeat this It is hard to find, so I will leave it slowly. oak_fence Put 4 oak_fence in the corner campfire If you do not have campfire, use iron _ trapdoor instead.
Put aside. Extinguish fire with splash_potion or water ladder The veranda is now complete Put spruce_sign.
However, do not place it on the corner pillar If there is no spruce_sign, put a normal sign Put spruce_sign in the same way on the left and right walls of the first floor spruce_trapdoor Place spruce _ trapdoor next to the entrance For Minecraft with no spruce _ trapdoor, do not place a trap door here. Place spruce_trapdoor on the side wall Make the other side in the same way Place spruce_trapdoor on the window to reproduce the rain cover Make the back wall in the same way smooth_stone_slab dark_oak_log The top breaks the ceiling and puts blocks dark_oak_log barrel dark_oak_log dark_oak_fence dark_oak_log Go outside and put smooth_stone_slab Dig the ground on the front side gravel Dig the ground of the entrance dead_brain_coral_block Put cobblestone if there is no dead_brain_coral_block stone_slab This completes the entrance Next is making a tea room Place torch at the third square from the bottom dark_oak_slab spruce_slab Put two spruce_slabs and put the stairs gray_carpet,spruce_fence Place flower_pot and decorate By the way, the height of the half block is like this barrel spruce_trapdoor gray_carpet Make a hanging scroll open loom Set white_banner and gray_dye Select the brick pattern and take out the flag Set the made flag and white_dye Select the pattern of 3 lines take out a flag and set it Select a gradient pattern Take out the flag.
Set Cactus Green and its flag. Select the frame pattern This is completed Put the finished flag Dig a 3×3 hole dark_oak_stairs Dig a hole for 3 squares Place campfire and put redstone_torch on it gravel put redstone Reproduce the cushion with green_carpet Completion of hearth Put dark_oak_slab directly above the redstone iron_bars lantern oak_sign install shelves, etc. This completes the tea room Put dark_oak_log in the center Put block dark_oak_fence_gate Break the block Put shelves in the space next to the tea room. The way to make a shelf is explained in another video, so please see it for details. Make the entrance the same way Make a stairway to the second floor dark_oak_stairs stripped_dark_oak_wood spruce_trapdoor Create a second floor using dark _ oak _ planks First, put dark_oak_planks around the stairs dark_oak_stairs Put dark_oak_planks in the rest of the place Make a ceiling using composter Put iron_bars in the middle of all windows on the second floor Put iron_bars on the first floor window Put iron_bars in the window on the back of the first floor However, put iron_bars only in the arrow window Place stone _ bricks and make a concrete-block wall. oak_leaves Make small trees using fences and leaves Place and decorate diorite Decorate the garden with shelves This completes the Japanese-style house How was the Japanese-style house? I really wanted to make it shorter, but it turned out to be longer than I expected. But I think it was good that I could explain it carefully. Also, this house was built using the blocks of version 1.14 of Minecraft, but if you replace the blocks, you can make it with the old version of Minecraft. So please try making it. If you find this video useful, please press the rating button In this channel, we will post a Tutorial video of a building that can be made with all models of Minecraft. If you don’t want to miss these videos, please subscribe to the channel. Also, I am posting a short tutorial video on Twitter. If you are interested, please follow from the outline column. Thank you for watching it!
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