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Upon arrival in Japan we stayed here for just the first night because we wanted to experience a capsule style hotel in Tokyo. Past the front desk you will find small lockers for your shoes and a small lounge where you can store luggage bags....More
The capsule is not that small nor big either,,just fit with my size of 160cm,,the receptionist is nice,,u will be provided with small toothbrush, toothpaste, small towel & yukata for sleep,,each level have 3 toilets,,for bath it is public bath,,quite nice & new experience for...More
I visited Tokyo for first time, and I decided to live in capsule hotels, just to not spend much money..
I arrived in this capsule hostel, and I got positively surprised..! The capsules were very clean, they offered a bathrobe, clean sheets and towels every...More
For 10€ a night we got a capsule and a big bath. Nice and clean. Very central, in downtown Tokyo Near a train station. One stop to Akihabara. Many restaurants nearby. Check-In from 11. Couldn't have wished for more at this price point. Positively surprised.
Location: Located about 200m from a JR Station, down a side street, with a very small frontage. You will walk past before seeing it.
Service: Staff service was very good, but cannot do a lot for you.
Hotel: The hotel is a 7 floor structure...More
Ochanomizu boasts its academic foundations starting with Yushima Seido, the birthplace of modern day Japanese education. The area has kept its college town feel with several university campuses. If you head towards Jinbocho, you'll find musical instrument and sports equipment shops, and an area of used bookstores for students and anyone interested in literature and the arts. Akihabara is well-known for its computer and
electronic goods stores, and is now hugely popular as the must-visit mecca for people interested in anime and games. Kanda is an office district where you can find loads of reasonably priced izakayas popular with professionals who stop to eat and drink before making their way home.
You should leave the hotel before 10am, but there were many people who checked out at 5am so that would be possible. I haven't seen any coinlockers in the hotel, but you can leave your lugagge in a room next to the entrance.