The Japanese are known for their fanatical attitude to work. Therefore, many of them prefer not to even go home during the week in order to get to the office early in the morning.
This led to the emergence of innovations in the hotel business in Japan in the form of capsule hotels. The rooms are cells with dimensions of 1 x 1.25 x 2 m, inside which you can sit, lie, read and watch videos. Visitors are asked not to smoke and not to eat in capsules, so there is usually a snack bar nearby. The sections are installed on top of each other in two or three tiers. They are not equipped with doors, and privacy is achieved through a sliding curtain. Customers can store their belongings in the cells located in the same room. In addition, the capsule hotel has a shared bathroom and a shower room. As a rule, office workers who have a long way to get home, transit passengers, business travelers, and even drivers who have consumed alcohol and are deprived of the opportunity to drive live in it. Such a hotel can be organized as a small business: buy capsules in Japan or make them yourself, choose suitable non-residential premises for them and order advertising.