Japanese Capsule Hotel Rooms

Every tourists in search of proper accommodation is interested in a good hotel location, facilities and most of all, price. However, Japan is the perfect destination for those travelers, who don’t give too much importance to how large a hotel room should be. This is the case of capsule hotel rooms, located near Kabukicho, in Tokyo. The smallest hotel rooms in the world accommodate only men, who can also benefit from extra facilities, such as massage, at extra costs. The accommodation principle is quite simple, first you can relax because almost everyone speaks little English there. Your luggage can be stored behind the counter. Afterwards, when it comes to paying, guests pay at a vending machine and then give the ticket to the clerk. Bathes are situated on the next floor. Moreover, tourists can feel themselves like home in the capsule hotels because they can enjoy the same treatment as home – they can shave themselves, brush their teeth and even buy clothing items! Each button available in the capsule room connects you to different services, such as TV, light. Visitors enjoyed staying in the capsule hotel in Tokyo, however, some complained about central heating and the lack of individual heaters and coolers in these small rooms.

Japan Smallest Hotel Rooms in the World - Source yesicanusechopsticks.com
Japan Smallest Hotel Rooms in the World – Source yesicanusechopsticks.com


Japanese Capsule Hotel Rooms - Source yesicanusechopsticks.com
Japanese Capsule Hotel Rooms – Source yesicanusechopsticks.com


Tokyo - Tiniest Hotel Rooms in the World - Source yesicanusechopsticks.com
Tokyo – Tiniest Hotel Rooms in the World – Source yesicanusechopsticks.com

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  1. seminyak hotels says:

    Looks like a great place to stay, i think not recommended for people who afraid with small place

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