Beautiful Garden, Landscape And Patio Structure Plans,

Many Influenced By Timeless Asian Designs.



  • Japanese Gate Plans

    Japanese Roofed Entry Gate Plans

  • Pavilion Plans

    Pavilion Plans Asian Style

  • Tea House Plans

    Azumaya (Japanese Gazebo) Plans

  • Patio Cover Plans

    Patio Cover Plans

  • Solar Patio Covers

    Solar Patio Cover Plans

  • chashitsu plans

    Chashitsu Plans

  • Dojo Plans

    Dojo Plans

  • Japanese House Plans

    Japanese House Plans

  • torii gate plans

    Torii Gate Plans

  • Gable Roof Plans

    Gable Roof Plans

  • Curved Arbor Plans

    Curved Arbor Plans

  • Deck Seating

    Deck Seating Plans

  • Japanese Railing Plans

    Japanese Railing Plans

  • Japanese Roofed Fence Plans

    Japanese Roofed Fence Plans

Landscape Structure Plans:

Japanese style Roofed Entry Gates, Dojo, Chashitsu and Tea House Plans. Japanese Gazebo, Pavilion and Torii
Gate Plans. Japanese Roofed Fence and Low Railing Plans.

All of our PLANS come with an accurate Materials List, and some also come with
Full Sized Template files for the more difficult and critical parts.

We Email you the Image Files for each Plan Page.
Each of the Plans Pages you print out at home, and any full sized Templates
( if needed ) are taken to a Printers and printed on 1' wide paper.

* Many of our structures are in an Asian Style, and although we do employ some traditional joinery,
they are designed using Western Style building techniques.
For instance, our Azumayas use Rafters, Ridge Beam, Rafter Ties, and
(mostly concealed) Modern Connectors instead of the Traditional Asian Roof members.

* We also give very good Support, by email, and phone if you call us (set up in advance)
to answer your questions should you need help and advice during construction.

* All of our Plans can be further customized to fit your site *

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* A note about your local Building Department should you need a
Building Permit. Some Building Departments won't accept plans
that weren't prepared by the Owner, Architect, Engineer, or
Builder who is licensed in your state. You may, or may not need to
pay a local professional to review and seal the plans so that your
building department will accept them. These issues should be
researched before purchasing any of our Plans.

* We also offer some High Quality Kits for some of these Structures

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