Human Lockers in Japan

It's larger than the human cage in Hong Kong, but not by much. If you're looking for a cozy place to call home, look no further than the human locker in Tokyo, Japan. Yours for $600 a month!

Brian Ashcraft of Kotaku has the story: Link


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One would think so, but at $600 a month, it's not exactly a cheap living arrangement (the Kotaku post referred to Japanese commenters who noted that one could rent a real room for about the same price in various, less swanky parts of Tokyo).
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The title of the linked article is Japan's Coffin Apartments Are Not for Claustrophobes...which pretty much sums up my comment. I couldn't actually get the link to open beyond the title, though, so am still wondering why they choose this kind of arrangement. Financial? Sounds desperate.
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