This tiny home in the heart of Tokyo is the size of a garage, and a couple lives in it. It has all of the modern amenities that one could ask for, albeit in a very downsized fashion. It was designed like a traditional Japanese home, with a shoe-changing area when you enter the vestibule.
A massive French window allows natural light to stream in, illuminating the central spaces of the house. The French window also gives the tiny home the illusion of additional space by “merging the outside” with what is inside.
By putting a large window that faces the street, the small house feels less claustrophobic. The owner states that the small plot of land where their tiny home stands is all they can afford to buy, which explains why they settled for the special, one-story house. The husband proudly presents their collection of full-sized vinyl records, which just shows that no matter how small your space is, there is always space for your passions in life.