This is the Ryovan Project. It’s Saul and Ayaka’s Japanese teahouse van conversion!
It’s all based on a 2018 Sprinter 2500 with 4×4. All imagined and built by Andrew Wade Keating (architect) and High Grade Partners. You can follow along with the owners/dwellers @theryovan on Instagram!
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The Ryovan Project: A Japanese Teahouse-inspired Van Conversion
How about that? A Japanese zen cabin within a cargo van?
And you can even use the rack system to store you gear.
Enough room for the pup, too!
Views of the snow can be inspiring.
This is such a cool campervan!
It’s all built on a 2018 Sprinter 2500 with 4×4.
It was imagined by Andrew Wade Keating (architect).
It was built by High Grade Partners.
The owners and dwellers are on Instagram @theryovan.
There’s no zen without tea, is there?
How do you like the wood in this van?
Quality hardware, too!
How cool is this van conversion?
Rear-view camera for security and convenience.
Ready for adventure.
And with all wheel drive, you can almost go anywhere.
Where would you be headed right now?
What gear would you be taking with you?
And who’s going with you?
The Royo Van!
A Zen Masterpiece!
A lot of people wish they could have a van this awesome.
And you can! But it’s hard work to build.
And/or, very expensive to buy!
But if you’re determined enough, you CAN do it.
This is Saul and Ayaka’s Japanese-inspired teahouse adventure mobile.
And it’s ready to roll with its off-road-ready tires.
It’s even slightly lifted!
Do you like this van conversion?
What would you do differently?
Our big thanks to Saul and Ayaka @theryovan for sharing!🙏
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