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135-0042 Tokyo Prefecture, Koto-ku Kiba 1-4-3 , Japan – Show map
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Sauna, Massage, Hot Tub
Wired internet is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge.
Private parking is available on site (reservation is needed) and costs JPY 1000 per day.
Vending Machine (drinks), 24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Laundry
Non-smoking Rooms, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Designated Smoking Area
From 3:00 PM
Until 10:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
Children older than 3 years are welcome.
Extra beds are not available.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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The hotel is very close to Kiba station exit 4. The staff spoke basic English and were very friendly and helpful. The capsule and bathrooms were very clean. PJs, towels and slippers were provided, located in the locker allocated to each capsule. The bathrooms also had cotton tips, sanitary products, toothbrushes ect....The capsule was actually pretty comfy and had a couple of power points, a small TV and a cable for internet. The semi double fit the two of us relatively comfortably.
For a quick stopover the station is not super convinient and is not on a JR line. It's 2 subway rides from Tokyo some of which involved taking your luggage up and down stairs. If you are taller than 180cm you might have to hang your feet out of the end of the capsule. Probably not ideal for those who are claustrophobic.
We were staying in a larger capsule and it was actually quite spacious
It is annoying that you only get one small locker per capsule and that you can't take up your luggage.
The place was very clean. We loved hanging out in the tea lounge with everyone else wearing our pajama uniforms. The men's shower room was quite impressive with a large hot tub, sauna, and soaking tubs. The capsules were large enough for me to fit and I am 6'4" tall.
The women's shower room is very small since the hotel was designed to be primarily for men.
Not far from the subway line
- Helpful Staff (let us leave our bags before check in and after check out) - Pods were a great experience for a couple and we felt safe to leave items as it was so quiet. - Ethernet cable in pod for great internet. - Lots of unexpected extras (pj's, slippers and towels given daily. Free toiletries in the bathroom areas; toothbrushes, mouth wash, hair brush, ladies essentials, hair dryer, hair + shower products etc.) - Less than one minute away from a metro station (great for Non-JR users like us who bought daily subway pass for 800 yen). Huge supermarket with food court and restaurant precinct above an amazing bargain bakery to save money.
- No complaints but be aware showers are communal (although rarely came across others). Also toilets for specific genders may be on a separate floor to your pod.
Cheap and cheerful Different hotel experience in a capsule Centrally located
One lift to get up and down to toilets/bathroom from capsule room Lockers (where all of your possessions are kept) are far away from capsule Open bathing facilities (pro/con depending on preference)
Close to Disneyland/Disney Sea Friendly Staff Comfortable pajama-clothing Good internet access Near various restaurants and a movie theater
I did not sleep well in a capsule
Great experience, clean place, lots of shops and restaurants around
We had unpleasant experience because of the bunch of teenage girls who talked all night long and many other guests who made sounds all the time. Extremely inconsiderate guests so bring your ear plugs if you wish to catch some sleep!
Good location, good price, nice staff. I recommended.
The capsule is clean. I stay in couple capsule, the space is fair enough for 2.
The bathroom. When taking a bath, I need some privacy. I don't really like to take a bath in "onsen style" public bathroom.
Traditional bathroom and its fun too try the capsule
Alarm clock of other empty capsules ringing all night long
The staff are second-to-none; the hotel is immaculately clean; the common room has free water and WiFi; the prices are very reasonable and the location is very good: the Kiba metro station is a 30-second walk away and there is a mall opposite the hotel which has most things you could need, especially if you've just arrived in Japan.
We didn't find this a problem, but others may find showering/bathing with other strangers off-putting; people walking around at night/in the morning can be a bit noisy.
Capsule was fun to stay in (upper level) Friendly staff Low cost
Hard to find from Tokyo Metro (hotel hidden behind freeway overpasses)
Fun quirky experience
No one mentioned there are no showers just a group bath can be uncomfortable for some
- Decent location, metro entrance doesn't even take 5 min to get to. - Good mall and restaurants nearby - Extremely fast wifi at the lounge, and cable in the capsule - Excellent price for stay - Friendly staff in general, close enough or up to Japanese standards - Free water in lounge, with or without ice or hot
- Staff barely speaks English (Though one should not expect Japanese to be able to speak it in the first place) - Can be quite noisy while trying to sleep - metro restricted to one line, which makes it harder to get to certain locations quickly - People placing too many belongings outside of the capsule makes it look really messy - One elevator, no stairs for normal use
Repairs needed to maintain amenities.
the capsules, bathrooms and toilets were really clean.
the lockers are too small for any suitcase or backpack, so the luggage has to be kept in the lobby, that wasnt too convenient. wifi can only be used in the lobby and not on any other floor.
Nice staff n close to Station
Staff are good though they should hire English speaking personal to communicate faster.
Japanese style bathroom, where people take shower together nakedly. Hotel should provide separate bathroom for them those who want to keep their privacy.
Very unique experience to get to stay in a double capsule. The bathing facilities were great, and the entire stay felt like a truly Japanese must do experience.
It is too bad the location was a little far out of the main city center (full disclosure though is that our preferred neighbourhood to stay in Tokyo is Shibuya or Shinjuku) Although for a one night experience it was definitely a great experience.
The design of the capsule is clean, cosy, sci fi, cool!
Could hear other capsule wake up alarms. You have to go up and down in the lift to different floors for lockers, sleeping, washing etc. The washing facilities are communual, not sure about sharing a hot tub naked with others!
The stuff is kind and friendly. Location is good, near subway station!
Second floor putting luggage, third floor is bathroom, fifth floor is bad :( It will be and excellent place if you don't carry much luggage.
We wanted to try a capsule hotel but as a couple travelling there weren't as many options. The Kiba was a good find as it was super close to the station so very easy to locate and offered double capsules that you could share. The capsule bedding etc was super clean and we had a great nights sleep! Good selection of products to use in the bathroom. Free wifi in the lounge area which is downstairs from the capsules. We arrived early and left our luggage whilst going back to explore more of Tokyo so didn't eat near the Kiba hotel, however there looked like there was a mall directly opposite with a selection of places. As with everywhere in Tokyo, plenty of vending machines for drinks and the capsule even sells mens shirts, pants and ties for those who had an all nighter and need to go back to the office :-)
We find the open communal bathrooms (split male and female) fine but I know this isn't ideal for everyone... just a warning if you are going to find getting naked in front of others a problem! This isn't the cheapest capsule around, and you can get much better value staying in the single sex capsule hotels but that depends if you want to share.
I love the coziness of a capsule hotel, and the fact that this one allows women is great! I like the items that are complimentary: pajamas, toothbrushes, shampoo, etc. because it means I don't have to pack as much. The hotel is also located next to a subway station, across from a convenience store, next to a plaza with a cinema and grocery store, and a twenty minute walk from a station on the line to Disney.
Each floor only has one bathroom, and if it isn't the correct one for your gender, you have to take an elevator to use the facilities. Also, it has the drawbacks of a group of people sleeping near each other, i.e. pray you don't get a bed near someone who snores.