Super-Skinny Japanese House Is One Long Hallway

Super Skinny Japanese House Is One Long Hallway

If you like hallways, or rather, living in hallways, then this is the house for you.

Picture: Rehouse

Located in Tokyo's Setagaya City, the two-storey house is 70 square metres, which is hardly huge and seems even smaller when you realise that most of the floor space is a corridor.

Super Skinny Japanese House Is One Long Hallway

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For example, here is the second floor.

Super Skinny Japanese House Is One Long Hallway

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And the ground floor.

Super Skinny Japanese House Is One Long Hallway

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Did you notice how the width is roughly THE SAME AS A SEDAN?

Super Skinny Japanese House Is One Long Hallway

[via Rehouse]

Super Skinny Japanese House Is One Long Hallway

[via Rehouse]

On Japanese net forum 2ch, many commenters said that they would go crazy living in a house like this or simply said this was "unbelievable."

"You couldn't gain weight living here," wrote one 2ch commenter. "Can you get a sixty-inch TV in there?" asked another.

Super Skinny Japanese House Is One Long Hallway

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Super Skinny Japanese House Is One Long Hallway

[via Rehouse]

Super Skinny Japanese House Is One Long Hallway

[via Rehouse]

Most houses, even in crowded Tokyo and Osaka, are not this razor thin. Some houses are even quite large and have beautiful gardens.

All this could be yours for a mere 42.8 million yen ($463,255). The price tag is largely due to location: This house is an under 10-minute walk to two train stations.

Super Skinny Japanese House Is One Long Hallway

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In case you missed it, here are more tiny Japanese dwellings.


Comments

    Star Wars AT-AT ?

    Paint it grey and stick some pipes out from that front room and you've got yourself an AT-AT house!

    It looks a bit like an at-at walker from star wars

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