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[Photos] Could Tokyo’s Skinny Houses Become a Model for Hanoi?

While Hanoi may be famous for its impossibly skinny homes, it isn’t the only Asian megacity where residents are forced to make the best of their small plots of land.


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Tokyo has long been one of the densest cities in the world and, over time, its inhabitants have come up with some ingenious and utilitarian designs creating extremely livable spaces with limited real estate.

Take notes, Hanoi.

[H/T Wall Street Journal]

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