They started popping up in Tokyo's main train stations: booths you can rent by the hour, offering a desk and chair, wireless internet access, and enough soundproofing to allow you to do some real work between changing trains. And while this sounds like another crazy Japanese idea, their popularity shows that they do indeed address some need. Which is exactly what the Sanwa Home Work Booth offers, but in an environment that certainly demands it much more: your home, the place where distractions are everywhere!
Made of sound-absorbing polyethylene and requiring only a Philips screwdriver for some of its finishing touches, the Sanwa Home Work Booth is a 110 x 110 x 195 cm (3.6 x 3.6 x 6.3 ft) mini office that can hold a small table or desk and a chair, allowing you to work on that report or do a Zoom meeting ,or just watch a couple of episodes on Netflix and enjoy a cup of coffee without bothering (or getting bothered by) others. Get it, set it up, and rediscover the joy of privacy in your own home!
Specs and Features:
- DIY private/home workspace
- Dimensions (assembled/closed): 110 x 110 x 195 cm (3.6 x 3.6 x 6.3 ft)
- Weight: 18.5 kg (4 lbs)
- Made of sound-absorbing polyethylene
- Transparent roof
- Only a Philips screwdriver needed for assembly
- Desk and other furniture items not included
- Instructions/manual: Japanese