Housing is an issue for folks over in Tokyo and with that in mind it seems that sleeping the ideal way is a privilege that comes rare. We have seen improvised beds to render sensible sleeping but taking it as a whole, would you go as far as sleeping in a coffin-like structure?
Well in Tokyo, it looks like some folks are content with that. Called the geki-sema share house, these are coffin-like structures that give you the basic necessities one would normally want in rooms.
Despite the cramped sleeping space, the basics which include pillows, blankets and yes even a TV set can be fitted in there. But of course, you don’t get the free view of the outside world with these stacked apartment solutions.
Savings? Don’t count on it. People over there are willing to pay as much as ¥55,000 a month (approximately $600) to live inside them. Care to give it a try?