Must-See: Reversible Destiny Lofts in Tokyo
If it looks familiar, you've probably seen it on HBO's Girls!
Have you ever experienced seeing a house for the first time and your memory takes you back to your childhood? These apartments in Japan might just do the trick. From the outside, it may look like a McDonald's playground—in reality, however, it's more than just wacky decor.
The Reversible Destiny Lofts is a spacious two-bedroom apartment known for its bright-colored walls, one-of-a-kind showers, and indoor hammocks. Located in Tokyo, many tourists (and locals who enjoy going on a staycation!) flock to the Mitaka region of the city to experience a two to three night stay in the fun home.
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