Get Prepared To Sleep In Hotels With Rooms The Size Coffins
Have you ever heard of a capsule hotel? They are quite common in Japan, and they have been around since the 1970s. They get used by people who have missed their last train home, or by businessmen who need a place to sleep for a night.
And these rooms are just as small as they sound, close quarters as they say. So small in fact, these rooms are roughly the size of a coffin. People do not seem to care about this aspect, as these rooms are immensely cheap when compared to conventional hotels. A bed costs a mere $65 per night.