For plenty of people, finding a place to live can become a daunting task.
You have to chose between living in the city, country, or suburbs, and have to make sure the neighborhood you pick meets your standards.
However, one 82-year-old man found his perfect home on a secluded kilometre-wide island, void of company for 29 years.
In 1982, Masafumi Nagasaki left his entire life on Japan’s main island, Honshu, and moved to Sotobanari, which is part of a chain of islands close to Taiwan. Since then he’s spent his time predominately naked and followed a “strict daily regime,” which included morning exercise, followed by spending several hours cleaning the beach.
“I have never seen a beach as clean as his, not even in the most luxurious island resorts,” said filmmaker Alvaro Cerezo, who made a short video on Nagasaki’s hermit lifestyle.