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The Japanese bookstore and retail electronics chain Tsutaya recently opened an innovative concept store in Tokyo’s Shinjuku District. The six-story Tsutay Book Apartment includes co-working spaces, a bookshop, short stay accommodations, a Starbucks, quiet lounges, a sake bar, a convenience store, and a floor reserved for women with sleep and work spaces. The project is open 24 hours daily and rents rooms by the hour. Seems like an idea that would work for any city.

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