Take a journey around Japan to learn about the homeless and their way of life. Start in Shinjuku Park in Tokyo to see how a bunch of laid-off laborers live in their own tent-community, equipped with kitchens and televisions. They will speak about how they are cast aside by their families in shame since they have lost their jobs, needing to rely on the assistance of local charities. Move to another area of homeless where the subway is full of colorful boxes used as homes. These are painted by one of the homeless, artist, Junichiro Take. He speaks of how he embraces being homeless and how he treats it as a self-directed lifestyle rather than a misfortune. Learn how these campers and now homeless executives live their new lives since the crash of 1994 left so many on the streets.