In Tokyo, where we live, the public transportation system is so developed that few people own cars and need to use public transportation to get anywhere. Under the circumstances of this pandemic, it is difficult to even go to the next town, and it is even difficult to meet up with friends who are far away. It is not an exaggeration to say that STAY HOME is tougher than any other city in Japan, especially in Tokyo. This is because most of the land in Tokyo is already used for various buildings, facilities and housing complexes, and we can only own a very limited amount of land and rooms, and we have to live in a very small space every day. With such limited space and constraints, it is almost impossible for us to live a healthy life. Because of this, people in Japan have long thought about how to make effective use of limited space in their lives. For example, capsule hotels and movable parking lots are typical examples of this.
So we asked ourselves, in the context of a pandemic, or even if it wasn't, "Wouldn't it be great if there was a system that allowed us to customize a space where our homes could be moved around and still maintain health for each of us? he thought. In addition, as I mentioned above, I put particular emphasis on the following three points, keeping in mind the unique character of Tokyo.
1. Adaptable to an existing building. 
2. The ability to travel in conjunction with the development of Tokyo's public transportation system
3. You can live a life in which you can maintain your health by combining various box spaces
We designed not only to serve as a simple shelter, but also to enable everyone in the country to live a decent and healthy life.
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