A common visitor must-do when visiting Japan is to stay in a capsule hotel. Although we can’t claim with certainty that they are the height of comfort, but they do have the advantage of being swift and well-equipped for the business traveler. Fantastic for a story when you get home as well.
First Cabin Haneda
Haneda Airport, not to be outdone by Narita, also features a capsule hotel, located inside Terminal 1. First Cabin Haneda is the name of the hotel, and as the name suggests, it is more upscale than the typical Tokyo capsule hotel. Their accommodations are actually termed “cabins” instead than “capsules,” and they do feature much more room and actual beds, giving the impression that they are mini-hotel rooms rather than capsule pods. Aside from size, the absence of a locked door is the only other indication that you are not in a typical hotel.
A first-class cabin here will set you back $51.84 * per night, while a less expensive accommodation will set you back $44 *. First class provides greater capacity for your luggage than business class, which is the only distinction between the two.
Most popular amenities: Non-smoking rooms24-hour front desk Free Wifi
Shinjuku Kuyakusho-mae Capsule Hotel
This vintage Tokyo capsule hotel, which is only a short stroll from Shinjuku Station’s east exit, features a 24-hour spa and sauna as well as a business and relaxation area with wi-fi and PCs. There is a restaurant and coin-operated laundry facilities in the motel.
For ladies, the price ranges from $23.51 to $27.92 and for males, it ranges from $22.66 to $25.49 per night. Power outlets and wifi are provided in every room.
Most popular amenities: Non-smoking rooms Free WiFi24-hour front deskLaundryElevatorHeating
Capsule Inn Kinshichō
This capsule hotel, which is just a few stations from Akihabara, makes a wonderful starting place for anyone determined to explore the city’s core. Additionally, it is close to some well-known attractions including the Sumida Hokusai Museum and sumo stables. The hotel has a bar, coffee shop, restaurant, sauna, hot springs, fitness center, free wi-fi in public areas, and free LAN in the capsules itself. It also has a bar, coffee shop, and restaurant.
The starting price for both male and female capsules is between $22 and $21.24, but there are frequently special offers and discounts available.
Most popular amenities: Non-smoking rooms Free WiFi24-hour front desk SpaHot tubSauna
Smart Stay SHIZUKU Shinagawa-Ōimachi
The Smart Stay Shizuku Shinagawa-imachi capsule hotel, which launched in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak, is a 5-minute rail journey from Shinagawa Station. Because of its location, it’s a perfect place to sleep after a late-night Shinkansen train or before one in the morning. The amenities, which include a sauna, public bath, canteen, and lounge, are all brand-new.
The cost of male and female capsules is approximately $32.16*, while there are frequently sales and discounts offered.
Most popular amenities: Non-smoking rooms SpaFacilities for disabled guests Restaurant24-hour front deskLaundry
Nine Hours Narita Airport
Greetings from Japan! Do you have a delayed connecting flight? Are you here after midnight? If so, the capsule hotel located inside Narita Airport’s Terminal 2 is a blessing. (It’s the origin of the “capsule hotel nine hours” Google searches and possibly the urban belief that you can only stay in a capsule hotel for nine hours).
A typical package includes breakfast and costs roughly $47.72*. A capsule will set you back $11* for the first hour and $3.63* for each extra hour during the day.
Most popular amenities: Non-smoking roomsParking Free WiFi24-hour front desk
Enjoy unique Tokyo by staying in a capsule hotel. The experience of both, the city and your stay, will be forever unforgettable.