Japanese capsule hotels turned into office units to revive businesses knocked out by Covid-19

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Japanese capsule hotels turned into office units to revive businesses knocked out by Covid-19” – below is their description.

Japan’s capsule hotels have long been a convenient shelter for commuters and even an intriguing option for budget tourists. But the Covid-19 pandemic has delivered a knockout blow to many of the cosy room providers. Hoping to revive some business, one hotel in Tokyo has converted its capsule accommodation into office units.

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