Narrow triangle-shaped building in Japan

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    ATV news gives us a look at a very narrow building:

    The first floor of the building is a yakitori restaurant. Part of the counter can be altered to make a table, allowing for about 15 customers to fit into the restaurant at a time.

    The building has been in the shop owner’s family for about 100 years, and his parents live on the second floor. Their living space has a variety of furniture specially made to fit in the triangle-shaped room. Until a recent renovation, their house lacked a bath and they would have to use a public bathhouse. The parents are quite pleased with the room and its convenient location near so many shops. The father also notes that there is a funeral home right down the street.

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