Doomsday bunker is in in Japan and it comes with style
If you live in a country next to North Korea, investing in a doomsday bunker might not be a bad idea.
The owner of Atlas Survival Shelters said sales spiked in the wake of increasing threats from North Korea. The company makes custom made shelters that go beyond providing a basic survival solution.
The shelter could not only regulate its temperature, filter the air in case of a nuclear, biological or chemical attack, it also comes with amenities and décor that feels like a regular home.
Atlas offers 15 different models and they are available for custom orders. The average price for them is around $25,000.
The shelters’ doors are air tight, gas tight, waterproof, and bullet-resistant. The shelters are also made from a minimum of a quarter to half an inch thick steel.
Should you need to escape from your shelter, some models are equipped with a hidden escape tunnel.