Six villages
self-sufficient in food and building materials

The villages on Inxect Island accommodate between 60-100 residents each, boasting compact yet high-quality living spaces. Each village features a variety of housing units surrounding a grand green space teeming with diverse plant species and a thriving bamboo plantation. What sets these villages apart is their remarkable self-sufficiency in both food production and building material manufacturing. This feat is made possible through cutting-edge regulating glass technology, which not only shields the villages from radiation but also maintains optimal environmental conditions for plant cultivation.