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160-0021 Tokyo Prefecture, Shinjuku-ku, Kabukicho 1-2-5, Japan – Show map
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24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Dry Cleaning
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Elevator, Air Conditioning
From 4:00 PM
Until 10:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
Children older than 7 years are welcome.
One child or adult is charged 100 % of the room stay per night when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Public bath, sauna, friendly staff.
There was nothing.
Thr bathroom have everything you need and is very clean. The bed is comfortable and usually quite.
It is a capsule hotel so it quit small and the bags are not near the bed.
I like the capsule...
I dont like the idea that you need to check out everyday though you are booked for a couple of days. Better book for 1 day only just to experience the capsule hotel and the spa. The hotel is hard to find. No proper markings or signages. This hotel is not in the corner of the street as it look in the picture.
Clea, well equipped bathroom and still pretty quit for such big hotel.
Each day you need to pack everything and you can't leave your valuables at the locker. The staff know basic english.
The position very close to shinjuku train station, nightlife
Is a total rushing cause you have to arrange your stuff quickly in tight spaces people need cross always walking over your open bag on the floor .. At the beginning booked for three nights but I had to checked out with the whole luggage every day to back at 4 p.m to check in again .. I woulded to put always my big luggage in the train station locker: it was crazy , so I changed in a more expensive hotel for last two nights. If in this place... is absolutely for emergency just one night and no more
Capsule is quite spacious and reasonably comfortable. Cheap and very central location (near golden gai).
Too much light and noise. Check in and out every day.
Location in Shinjuku is great; one of necessary Japanese experiences; quite a bid capsule - I almost fit with 185 cm, and it's wide enough as well; capsule was very clean, other facilities were good as well
It was a bit hard to find (I had to ask in a bar upstairs); you have some noise still coming to the capsule
The location was amazing it really allowed us to enjoy the area - it was great.
We spent two weeks in Japan and the staff here were the unfriendliest people we came across in the two weeks. They were blunt and not very helpful with suggestions on where to store baggage since they had no storage space. FYI Central Tokyo station is a great place to leave your bags if you find yourself without anywhere to keep them.
Very good WIFI connection everywhere even in your own capsule.
The Thai-speaking receptionist who talk English really fast and like to say 'No' to every request, very unJapanese. But then again, he did tell me where to find alternate accommodation when most of Tokyo was fully booked.
Great location in the midst of Shinjuku. No frills and affordable stay.
It was packed to the last capsule and you just need one snorer or unhygienic guest to spoil the whole experience...
You can't use the communal shower if you have tattoos. People were arriving till about 4am and alarms were going off and people leaving from 4am. Not easy to sleep. You have to check out every day for a few hours for cleaning and can't leave your luggage in the locker.
The convenience of the location- right in the heart of where we wanted to be- 5 min walk from the main shinjiyku station- was great fun and must be tried- take your earplugs- you'll need them! Don't expect to get much sleep.
The crowdedness of the hotel. Capsule was quite warm- LOTS of inconsiderate guest coming in drunk banging about the place, talking and eating- despite signs everywhere in English saying to keep the noise down and don't eat- sounded like there were a few picnics going down!
bathroom was very clean and well equipped
the bed was not very comfortable
A littke tips: Google street this place before you come, it is not easy to find. But It is a clean tiny place to have an unforgettable capsule hotel experience. You will get anything for you stay: pajama, shower ammenities to body care.
Other guests can be very loud, but for one night it is okay
Bed Bedroom Facilities
I liked the experience, of course. But I'm guessing that the female capsule is far nicer than the male's? All because the shower area is clean, and the whole space on the 8th floor is quiet. But my boyfriend, who stayed on the 3rd floor, didn't seem satisfied with his stay.
maintenance was poor
bad staff, nasty toilet and capsule with bugs inside.
- cosy female capsules
- only porn channel in men capsules... akward :/
cleanliness, bathroom, location
The communal baths were great and open all night.
I'm 6ft, too long for the capsule and it got extremely hot. If you've had a few drinks you'll be ok. But if your tall and sober, you're in for a rough night.
good facilities (sauna, onsen, ) location is superb "japanese experience" cheap
not particularly good for any light sleepers
I was given a quiet area upon request. Relaxing sauna. Relatively spacious capsule space.
Front desk people not very friendly.
Superclean (at least on women's floor), they provide everything from pyajamas to make-up remover. In fact, i'd prefer capsules to a hostel dorm any time as you have at least some privacy. PS. Check out karaoke bar around corner:)
yes, there's the inconvenience of having to check out every day by 10, but unless you party until morning, it's actually not a big problem
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