A sleeping coffin is a more secure version of the capsule hotels popular among Japanese salarymen in the late 20th century.
Designed with a secure steel kick plate at the foot of the unit, a sleeping coffin affords a maximal level of secure sleeping space at a minimal cost. Typically shorter in both length and height than the classical capsule hotel, a sleeping coffin can be a claustrophobic experience.
In Withmore City, it's not uncommon for corporations to provide their employees with sleeping coffins, enabling them to be more productive and avoid lengthy travel time.
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