Exploring Japan’s Compact Charm: Micro-Living in a $40 a Night Appartment in Osaka

During his visit to Japan, Youtuber Cash Jordan opted for a novel experience – a 90 square feet micro-apartment in Osaka, rented at $40 per night. While not the smallest he’s encountered, it marked his inaugural stay in such tight quarters. The apartment was thoughtfully furnished, offering all the essential comforts. Its prime location in the bustling heart of Osaka meant easy access to arcades, shops, and a variety of restaurants, making it the perfect spot for an adventure-packed stay!

Later, Jordan transitioned to a slightly larger micro apartment spanning 120 square feet, which came at a price of $60 per night. He found this unit to be a potential solution to housing challenges in the US, provided such units could meet legal requirements.

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