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Tourism Boom Drives Japan to Convert Offices Into Hotels By Junko Fujita on pm Aug 2015

The Sleepbox, designed by Russian architecture firm, Arch Group, is a halfway point between a Japanese capsule room and a small hotel room. Tiny and designed to be used at airports and railway stations, MDF veneer structure houses enough space for up to three single beds and even a fold out desk for laptop users to get some work done (valuable outlets available for charging up) after a refreshing nap between flights.

The Sleepbox, designed by Russian architecture firm, Arch Group, is a halfway point between a Japanese capsule room and a small hotel room