Randwülf Floorplans
The only full floor plan of Neuschwanstein Castle on the net!
Click any of the floor plan thumbnails below to see its plan.  Don't forget to visit the other collections to see more plans.

SUMIYA TEAHOUSE in Shimabara (Kyoto, Japan)
Just for fun, I studied Japanese history quite thoroughly in order to put into context the establishment of Shimabara in 1640 as Kyoto's walled in "pleasure quarters", and its largest teahouse, "Sumiya". I drew this floorplan entirely from watching tourist videos and photos. The blue shading shows the outline of the second floor. Unfortunately, there aren't enough resources for me to draw the upstairs. And the front right corner of the first floor is apparently closed to visitors, so that part is my best guess for now. Originally three separate teahhouses, they merged over time to become the largest teahouse in the old capitol city of Kyoto. Sumiya closed its doors in 1985 after 344 years in business, though you can still visit it as a tourist attraction.