What i learned from “Tokyos Teeny-Tiny Homes” December 12, 2022. In Tokyo Japan, there’s many young people choosing to live in these small apartments switch 95 square feet of the room which is smaller than parking lots. Theres barely enough room for their belongings, yet they still need to have there kitchen supplies. These small apartments are not cheap their costs are $340 to $630 a month. These micro apartments are located in trendy locations and are stylish looking that’s why many young people say it works for them. Many young people work so they don’t spend much time in their homes.

My personal opinion about this is that I think the reason why most of the percentage of those living in these tiny homes are young people students is at that age they are mostly the ones attending school or wanting to be independent. And starting off with these tiny homes would be a good start for them. I would honestly move into one of those tiny apartments if moved to Japan by myself to experience it and see how it feels to live alone exploring a place like Japan.

Would You Move Into A Tiny Home Like Those In Japan?

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