It is common in Japanese houses to have raised floors. These raised floors help indicate when people should take off their shoes or slippers. At the entrance of the house, the floor is usually raised about 15cm. If the house has a tatami mat room, its floor is raised about 2.5cm to 5cm.
Please look at the passage. Why do Japanese houses have raised floors?
Please look at the passage. How high is the floor raised if it has a tatami mat room?
Please look at the father. What is he doing?
Now, Mr./Ms. ________, please turn the card over.
Do you have a tatami mat room in your house?
Why do we need to take off our shoes and slippers when entering the house?