Apartments in Tokyo are even smaller than you may think

In Tokyo, Japan, affordable rental apartments are rare. And when you do find one, they are small. But given the high prices, young people are willing to move into even smaller spaces — 95 square feet homes, called ‘shoebox apartments.’ From Tokyo, Thisanka Siripala has the story.

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