Wishlisted by Jica Simpas
Capsule Hotel · Industrial Looking · Themed Interiors · Backpack · Local Experience · Rest & Rejuvenate · Budget · Quintessential · Real Deal · Conveniently Located · Photo Spot · Relax & Chill · Unique Experience · Raise and Wave Furiously · Solo · Reasonably Priced
1-20-13 Jinnan, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan
〒150-0041 東京都 渋谷区神南 1-20-13
a year ago
A night in The Millennials means making friends over free beer during happy hour, before retreating to an oh-so-comfy bed enclosed in a surprisingly spacious pod. Made for the technologically adept, each Tosaken-designed (local designer) cabin is controlled via a smartphone app. Adjust the lights, recline your bed, or even project a movie—all these are just a tap away
10 months ago
My best friend and I planned a trip to Tokyo last November to see Taylor Swift on the last stop of her world tour. Because it was a quick trip of 4 days and 3 nights, we decided to stay in a *drum roll* ... Capsule Hotel! We get to the hotel and were greeted by a small coffee shop called Glitch coffee. Daily check in and check out was necessary but lockers are provided for storage. Boys and girls had separate sleeping floors as well as toilets and showers. The capsules or as we would like to call them "space pods" were surprisingly comfy and cozy. 😊✌🏼 P.S. This might not be the best idea if you're claustrophobic 😅
a year ago
Two weeks before trip: I remember telling myself that the next time I visit Japan, staying in a capsule hotel would be on the list of must-do’s. Hope this one’s a goodie! —————— Me and my friend stayed here for three nights, and it was such a cool experience! Our cabins (we called them space pods though) we’re so cozy at night and we’re actually quite spacious. The rest of the facilities we’re great as well - the toilets, showers & lockers we’re clean, the staff were super accommodating, and bonus, there’s a small coffee shop in the lobby! 😊👍🏽 A definite recommendation .... unless you’re claustrophobic 😅
a year ago
Jetsetters will love First Cabin’s airplane theme. Enter the reception area and you’ll notice how it resembles a business class lounge—bar included! The hotel provides pods of varying sizes, each named after an airplane seating area. The First Class Cabins are the roomiest, with enough room to step off your bed. Communal showers are the norm here, but there’s also a public bath to melt away the inhibitions.
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