Introduction to Japanese language:Object Layout
Japan Real Estate pattern common to several English Initial representatives, the following is a simple description:
S-Service room storage room / room free use
Means an all-in-one suite without a separate kitchen, usually small residential area.
Means a suite with a door separating the room and kitchen.
Dining room and kitchen, which is the combined of kitchen and dining room.
Living room, dining room, kitchen that is integrated in a room, the intention is in addition to cooking and dining we can also take a rest and having enough space for sofa TV and other things in a room.
DK LDK and abbreviations in Chinese are "hall", while figures for the previous character stands for number of rooms, such as 2LDK 2DK the abbreviation are all 2 room 1 hall, but on the official mark is based on the number and size of rooms, the definition varies:
1 room - "DK" 4.5 to 6 posts under posts, "LDK" above 8 posts
2 room - "DK" under the age of 6 posts to 10 posts, "LDK" more than 10 posts
Generally can be understood by area size ⇒DK (smaller Hall) / LDK (larger Hall)
A room that cannot be defined as a living room because of insufficient lighting or lack of windows is classified as a storage room or a free-use room.
Posts (tatami) means tatami area for indicating the size of the room, such as posts 5 (tatami) is means 5 quires size.
Western-style room and many more "posts", and type of rooms are mostly expressed in "tatami."
1 post = about 1.65 square meters
2 posts = 1 Ping（about 3.3m2）
UB-Unit bus bathtub, washtable, toilet combined in one bathroom.
WC-Water closet toilet.
PS-Pipe space pipes, gas pipes and other pipe chamber.
WIC-Walk-in closet wardrobe room. Literally means that you can walk into the wardrobe, and CL compared to the storage space is larger.
SB- Shoes Box
SIC-Shoes-in closet shoe cabinet. A separate shoe storage room with a door separating can be entered directly with shoes.