Minka is a film about place and memory, a farmhouse in Japan, and the lives of people who called it home.
Often, what makes a home home is the people who live in it. A house can be filled with the best furniture, designed by the best architect, housed the most sought-after paintings. But, it’s always the people that give meaning to a home. The laughters, the struggles and the memories. The most precious thing is the intangible – love.