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101-0044 , Chiyoda-ku Kajicho 1-4-5, Japan – Show map
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Vending Machine (drinks), 24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Business Center, Fax/Photocopying
Non-smoking Rooms, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
From 5:00 PM
Until 10:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
Children older than 7 years are welcome.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Convenient and professional
Not much about it.
Very near to Kanda station. Clean. Helpful staff. Good facilities.
The lockers were a too small for my bag, which wasn't very large for someone traveling. Capsule was too hot.
Staffs very friendly and ready to entertain you. The cleanliness is superb. Train station is just in front of the hotel!
It's a capsule hotel so don't expect a spacious room/privacy etc. Be prepared to get naked in the bathroom. And the locker is very small and the free area is full of luggage.
All in one excellent in facilities.
No facility for shower from 10 am to 4 pm
Price. Unusual experience. Wi-Fi. Close to train stations
Not particularly close to any of Tokyo's interesting areas. There is only a cloth blind at the foot of each capsule, so can't seal out noise from other guests. Need to check-out and then check-back in again each day. This isn't quite as bad as it sounds as you can hang around the common room in between. Common room is uncomfortably small - really does need to be much bigger. Lockers are small and can only fit a daypack (meaning large backpacks need to be left out on shelves downstairs in the common room). The communal shower room only has 4 shower heads (not enough considering the number of quests). Total lack of privacy in shower room may be confronting for some (although it didn't worry me).
Great location, very clean and fine if you just need a bed (and little else)
1. You only get one towel, but there's nowhere to dry it, so be warned if you want to use the shower twice during your stay. 2. The capsules seem to have little or no airflow. There's a vent but no air comes out, so they can get very hot, leading to poor sleep. The corridors are cool but the capsules can warm up.
The hotel is just one stop away from Tokyo main station, so not too difficult to reach for newly arrived travellers. All facilities were spotless and it's worth staying for the experience of a capsule hotel.
If you have anything larger than a normal 50L backpack it will have to stay on the ground floor near reception. Personal valuables and small bags go in a locker opposite your capsule bed. I didn't feel that the security of my unattended case was a big concern, but it was irritating having to return to the ground floor whenever I needed to collect anything from it.
Staff are friendly, and the location is ideal (the station is less then a minute away). Wi-Fi is a great advantage.
A downside, is you have to check out every 10AM, which is a little on the early side for those who wake up late.
Very conveniently located, close to a subway and train station. You can leave your luggage there for a few hours after you check out if you have a late departure from Tokyo. Very clean. Most of the guests are Japanese and by definition they are very respectful and try to keep it quiet. I cannot imagine a capsule hotel anywhere else.
The acoustic insulation of the capsules is lacking, so you can hear everybody who walks down the hallway, opens and closes their locker, types up in their computers, etc. Bring your earplugs if you are easily awakened. The strength of the air conditioning system seems to be uneven, so you may find yourself trying to sleep in a warmer-than-ideal capsule in the humid Tokyo summer.
Good value for money.
Showers are only available at specific times to either women or men.
Clean, good location (between Tokyo station and Electronic city), A/C, Wifi, 24/7 service, Nice staff.
Fast Internet speed. Clean. Fresh clothes.
+ slept very well and won't miss the experience.
- locker was small and nearly too narrow for my backpack (50 l).
A great budget place if you want to visit the Tsukiji Fish Market early in the morning. Very clean with a nice communal bath. Has a women only floor on certain days. If you have never been to a capsule hotel, I can recommend this one for a first experience.
Location is good. Capsules quite comfortable. Very clean. Interesting experience but not what I was looking for as a solo traveler.
The site is not prepared for travelers and you can't store even a medium size backpack in a safe locker. No showers (small washroom located downstairs). Staff quite limited in English.
Check out n check in back even u stay more than one day
the cleanness of the enviroment
Fun alternative to a regular hotel - more like a youth hostel.
The capsule was extremely hot - no air conditioning!!!
What a lovely place. Never been into a capsule hotel but wanted to experience it... and what an experience! Lots to talk about at home.
No vegeterian food around
Good Value for money Good experience (Capsule Hotel)
First time in a capsule. Really comfortable experience. Provides you with all you need when you're just looking for a place to sleep.
185cm+ people might find the capsules too short
Good value and location
Good location, pretty interesting experience
Very limited facilities, expensive considering the many (better) hostel options in tokyo
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