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I stayed here with my teenage nephew and found it surprisingly comfortable. I'm relatively short and could sit up and move around in the capsule - might be a different story if you were tall though. We had our own tv, alarm clock, power points...More
Well, if you have never stayed in a capsule hotel it can be quite an experience! It's not as small as you would imagine. Inside the capsule you can find a TV, radio, mirror, mattress, pillows, bedsheets, pajamas, slippers (for 2) and somewhere to charge...More
Since we wanted to experience this hotel style unique to Japan we stayed one night in the Tokyo Kiba Capsule Hotel. Normally capsule hotels are men or women only or they have floors for each gender. This hotel however has mixed floors which is convenient...More
My Girlfriend and I visited Tokyo in July 2015. We had an amazing time at this place. It has a huge Onsen in the first floor. They provided shower accesories as teethbrush, slippers, bath robe among others. There are several capsules with different sizes. We...More
We stayed here as the hostel we had booked for our time in Tokyo did not have a late check in policy (be careful with wanting to check in after 9:30/10pm everywhere in Japan). As we were arriving late from our flight and this hostel...More
You can leave important items in the locker - your large luggage is kept in reception under the watch of the staff. So yes, you can leave everything at the hotel, either in the locker or the luggage storage space.
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"We stayed in a double capsule and there was plenty of room ."