In Japan, it is customary to design hotels in an unconventional way. You all have in mind these hotels consisting of rooms one above the other, with a minimum space: one can not stand there.
It was also in Japan that a floating capsule hotel was designed. These capsules can hold up to 4 people. The living area is above the water and the bedroom is at the very top. A judicious shutter makes it possible to mask the light of the day. But if you are a fan of the stars, the large roof will allow you to admire the Milky Way.
It will cost you from $ 260 to $ 350 for one night. That seems a little expensive. But the experience will be unforgettable.
We have an image of Japan in two parts: One is modern, with advanced technologies like electronics and robots, and the other very traditional with houses of wood and paper, and gueishas circulating from a room to the other in silence. Here, this is a completely different picture. Here is a bar that was made with waste. Look at the result and you will not have the same look on waste.
Earthquakes are a major concern in some areas of the world, such as 58% of land in India and 38 cities. Japan and San Francisco are also very concerned by these risks. In India, many buildings were not built to seismic standards despite a growing demand for housing. This causes an increasing number of buildings with risk. In case of earthquake, collapse of buildings generate substantial damage and very high costs for the community.