How the Japanese live in capsules

Capsule hotels have become a real trend in Japan. They represent the tiny cells that share a single lobby. Cells are so small that people cannot even stand to her full height. Besides, they have neither Windows nor doors, and the guests separated by only a thin partition and curtains. However, they also differ in the level of comfort, like the rooms in ordinary hotels.

The photographer Won Kim decided to show the world how people live in such a small space, which barely even a room. He did it on the example of one small Tokyo hotel, located in the office center.

Funny, for permission to photograph the guests and to publish these images the photographer is paying them a 15 minute massage. published

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