8 of the Weirdest Hotels You’ll Only Find in Tokyo, Japan Part 2

Weird Hotels in Tokyo, Japan

In the last article we visited 5 of Tokyo’s weird and wonderful hotels. From a robot themed hotel to hotels decorated with sex dolls.

Here are some more unusual hotels that might leave you with an unforgettable experience.

Hotel Gracery Shinjuku

Hotel Gracery Shinjuku Weird hotels in Tokyo Japan
Hotel Gracery Shinjuku

If you’re looking for an unforgettable hotel experience, then head to Tokyo, Japan, and check into the Hotel Gracery Shinjuku. This eclectic hotel is home to the world’s only Godzilla-themed hotel room, which is complete with a life-sized replica of the iconic monster from the movies.

But that’s not all—the Hotel Gracery Shinjuku also features themed rooms inspired by some of Japan’s most popular anime and video games, including Attack on Titan, Final Fantasy and Resident Evil. So if you’re looking for a unique and out-of-the-ordinary hotel experience, then the Hotel Gracery Shinjuku is definitely worth checking out!

Most popular amenities: Non-smoking rooms Free WiFi Restaurant24-hour front deskLaundryElevator Bar

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Keio Plaza Hotel

Club Floor "Premier Grand" Suite Twin Room with Club Lounge Access - Non-Smoking - Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo Weird hotels in Tokyo Japan
Club Floor “Premier Grand” Suite Twin Room with Club Lounge Access – Non-Smoking – Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo

Some of the strangest and most unusual rooms you’ll ever see are found in this hotel. There’s the “Alice in Wonderland” room, which is decorated with giant mushrooms, towering trees, and quirky characters from the famous book. Or how about the “Space Invaders” room, styled after the classic arcade game with giant pixelated aliens on the walls?

Most popular amenities: Non-smoking roomsParking Fitness center Free WiFiFacilities for disabled guestsParking on site BarVery Good Breakfast

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Hotel Koe Tokyo

Hotel Koe Tokyo Weird hotels in Tokyo Japan
Hotel Koe Tokyo

If eccentricity is your thing, you’ll love Tokyo’s Hotel Koe. This bizarre hotel is themed around sound and hearing, and every room is designed to be as noisy as possible! There’s a drum room, a trumpet room, and even a piano room where you can play to your heart’s content. If you’re looking for a unique and unforgettable hotel experience, look no further than Hotel Koe.

Most popular amenities: Free WiFi Restaurant24-hour front desk

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Andon Ryokan

Andon Ryokan Weird hotels in Tokyo Japan
Andon Ryokan

Another weird hotel you should know is the Andon Ryokan, which is located in the heart of Asakusa. This traditional ryokan is decorated with hundreds of paper lanterns, and features a huge public bathhouse that’s perfect for relaxing after a long day of sightseeing.

Most popular amenities: Non-smoking rooms Free WiFi RestaurantFamily roomsLaundry Bar

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Book and Bed Tokyo, Shinjuku

Book and Bed Tokyo, Shinjuku Weird hotels in Tokyo Japan
Book and Bed Tokyo, Shinjuku

Book and Bed Tokyo is one to check out for an unusual hotel experience. This quirky hotel is located in a bookshop, and as the name suggests, it features comfortable beds where guests can sleep amongst the shelves of books.

The Book and Bed Tokyo is perfect for book lovers who want to get a little closer to their favorite authors, or for anyone who’s looking for an unusual place to stay in the vibrant city of Tokyo.

Most popular amenities: Free WiFi24-hour front deskElevator BarDaily housekeepingGood Breakfast

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Grand Chariot Awaji Island

GRAND CHARIOT Hokutoshichisei 135° Weird hotels in Tokyo Japan
GRAND CHARIOT Hokutoshichisei 135°

The Grand Chariot Awaji Island is made up of two huge ferris wheels, each of which can hold up to 72 guests. As you spin around in your cabin, you’ll enjoy beautiful views of the surrounding countryside.

If that’s not weird enough for you, how about a hotel that’s made up of three huge tubes? The KAIYUKAN Aquarium Hotel in Osaka features transparent walls and ceilings, giving guests a close-up view of the marine life swimming around them.

Most popular amenities: Free parking Bar

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Toco Toco Tokyo

Guesthouse toco
Weird hotels in Tokyo Japan
Guesthouse toco

This surreal hotel is located in the heart of the city, and is made up of a series of interconnected pods that guests can explore. With its eclectic design and quirky atmosphere, it’s the perfect place to stay if you want to feel like you’re living in a real-life anime movie!

What makes it so weird? Well, for starters, it has a giant water slide that goes from the top floor all the way down to the pool, and there’s also a huge ferris wheel in the garden. Plus, all of the rooms are decorated in a cartoon theme, with characters from popular shows like “Sesame Street” and “The Simpsons” featured on the walls and bedding.

Most popular amenities: Non-smoking rooms Free WiFi BarGarden Air conditioning

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APA Hotel & Resort Tokyo Bay Makuhari

APA Hotel & Resort Tokyo Bay Makuhari
Weird hotels in Tokyo Japan
APA Hotel & Resort Tokyo Bay Makuhari

The last on our list is the APA Hotel & Resort Tokyo Bay Makuhari. This unique hotel is located on the artificial island of Chiba, and is made up of two separate buildings—one for adults and one for kids!

Most popular amenities: 1 swimming pool Non-smoking roomsParking Airport shuttle Restaurant Bar

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