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Actually,location is so good.
Because it is near the Tokyo station.
This is really really bad.
So diety and stinking.
Look my pictures.
They didn`t clean up in the room.
I couldn't sleep there.
This place is kind of disgusting and I loved it.
Each floor is basically a big room with a load of bunk beds covered in cheap beige plastic with curtains on. The inside of your 'capsule' is decked out with all of the mod cons...More
I had a good night's sleep, was able to leave my large suitcase at reception and have them call me a taxi for the next morning, and used the WiFi which is available in the communal spaces. Much more facilities than I expected for a...More
The location was good. However the condition of the capsule hotel was just...bad. The toilet was shared and it was kind of gross. The place felt very outdated. There was a smell like a dusty stale kind of smell.
We thought we should try this just for the experience. Luckily for us the place was empty so we did not have to worry about being noisy. Fun just to try once. The place is clean enough, a bit like a backpacker stop over. You...More
USD 29 - USD 68 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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