Some Tokyo Residents Look at Micro-Homes as Possible Land Shortage Solution

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November 04, 2015

The bustling city of Tokyo is facing a crisis of land shortage. High demand means high prices, and some residents are circumnavigating it by adapting a minimalist approach to life.

CNN profiles two Japanese couples who are living large in two different, custom-designed micro-houses. They argue that a lack of walls and square footage does not mean sacrificing comfort, utility, and style.

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