Americans lived in seclusion in the countryside of Japan for 17 years. Sixty thousand people bought houses without lights.

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 Americans lived in seclusion in the countryside of Japan for 17 years. Sixty thousand people bought houses without lights.


In the countryside of Japan, there are many old houses built after World War II, many of which are uninhabited and in disrepair. Landlord maintenance costs money and effort, and because the recycling regulations are very strict, it will cost a lot of money to take the house down and throw it away. Thats why Peter was able to buy the old house at a very cheap price, which cost him about $10,000 (about 60,000 yuan).

Peter has been reinventing it all the time. The interior design is painted by myself, drawing about 40 different floor plans.

Now he and his former wife have divorced, but they live not far away. The children live with their mothers and still cook together. The present girlfriend gets along well with the children and lives and works comfortably. This kind of ex-wife and children are not far away, and the present girlfriend is around. What a gods day it is! Stamp Set View More_