Swedish furniture giant Ikea will rent a small apartment in Japan’s capital Tokyo for just 99 yuan ($0.87 or Rs 65) per month. It is located in the Shinjuku district of Tokyo and the apartment has just one room of 107-square-feet, which is being touted as a marketing ploy by the company. This apartment, fully furnished with company furniture, will be given on lease from 15 December 2021 to 15 January 2023.
Every feature in a tiny house
The apartment has shelf space, small wardrobe, a washing machine, kitchen space and toilet-bathroom. The company’s website claims that the purpose of the tiny apartment is to use the vertical space as a room. To advertise the Tiny Home campaign, Ikea created a Mascot, a shark who just loves small rooms. Apart from this, the vendor company has also prepared a series of short videos.
Husband built a rotating house for his wife
Earlier a husband had prepared a strange house for his wife. To please his wife in northern Bosnia, a man built a moving house for her. Actually the wife wanted different views to be seen from the window of her house and her wish was fulfilled by a man from Bosnia. The house is located on a fertile plain in the city of Srbac, near northern Bosnia. The house is designed by Kusik which rotates around an axis of 7 metres. From the roaming house, all the views like maize fields, forest and river can be seen at the desired speed.