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Thanks for the info, Dris. And glad you liked the puzzle!
Ah, a real treehouse - and we KNOW treehouses, don't we Pat? From what I see on the links, access is by ordinary ladder, being the minimalist that designer Fujimori is. And he has a sense of humor too! He gets his clients up in the tiny structures for a special ceremony and ?If they don?t like my design, I shake the building! Hahahaha?. Feisty puzzle too, with all those cherry blossoms!
Here are some other images. My guess? Stairs are lowered to the platform which isn't as obvious in this photograph.http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://doglairbarks.files.wordpress.com/2012/11/teahouse-tetsu1.jpeg&imgrefurl=http://doglairbarks.wordpress.com/2012/11/01/next-level-modernism-fujimori-terunobu-9-november-21-1946/&h=3071&w=2062&sz=2602&tbnid=Qbif8rMFMs9egM:&tbnh=103&tbnw=69&zoom=1&usg=__WbH7rTd02P-yXEs1mcf4xlRGakY=&docid=F7DnNHpO6JpjUM&sa=X&ei=vJgSUsntHY7b4AOWt4H4CQ&sqi=2&ved=0CGgQ9QEwEw&dur=6638#imgdii=Qbif8rMFMs9egM%3A%3BGqVucYVhrZNdJM%3BQbif8rMFMs9egM%3A
This is a pretty puzzle and I enjoyed doing it. One question: How to you get into this tea house? 'Tis a mystery!