While we’re no strangers here to tiny spaces, this crazy 4-story micro apartment in Tokyo is something totally new! The apartment consists of 4 stories — two of which are a micro wet-bath and a twin-sized loft area. The other two stories are just 6.5 feet x 6.5 feet and act as the kitchen and living room/entryway.
The temperature difference between the top story (loft) and the bottom (bathroom) is quite remarkable, meaning you could adjust your sleeping area based on the weather outside. There is a built-in tiny kitchen with a hot plate, sink and mini fridge, and even a root cellar! What do you think?
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Do You Like This Spiraling Micro Apartment?
That’s the bed loft he’s pointing to.
The root cellar in the kitchen floor.
And the wet bath on the bottom floor.
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It’s hard to fathom the circumstances that brings about housing like this. It’s like Glamping on a full time basis: no, wrong term, definitely not glamorous in my mind. Minimalist; bed, bathroom, kitchen, and room for a small table and chairs. But, living in the US, I guess I’m used to much more space even in the cheapest of apartments/motels. I’m always amazed how different societies approach housing needs. Guess I’m used to more excess versus other countries. But nothing wrong here if it meets basic needs at an affordable price. Sometimes I feel spoiled with what I have been led to expect.