There should be other selection if you want to have a unique experience staying at the capsule hotel. Staff are not friendly at all,specially the one in the morning I think Dormy-inn global cabin is the best from my experience
I came to japan for Wrestle Kingdom and highly recommend staying here as it’s only 1 stop away from Tokyo Dome and very cheap. I stayed 11 nights and couldn’t be happier, the capsules are surprisingly roomy and cleaned daily, the staff are super friendly and helpful. 9 Hours is now my go to accomodation when I am in japan next
I stayed at this place for 2 days in beginning of December. First of all, I booked this place because of its look. This capsule hotel has stunning inside building that there is wall glass along aisle of restroom. The capsule room is quite larger than other hostel I visited in Tokyo and it is perfectly quiet. The most thing I love is the washing amenities such soap and shampoo. Its sense and touch so relaxing. The locker has great technology but for kind of large luggage it better to leave at the reception (which is bag tag given and placed in storage room)
We stayed here on 30/09/19 straight off the plane from Australia. It was a really cool experience. This place is located a short walk from the Takebashi train station which was easy enough even with our bags. There’s a 7/11 around the corner for a late night snack too. The bathrooms were very clean and I found the locker to be a good size, I was able to fit my hard shell suitcase (medium 24inch cotton on brand) comfortably into the locker. They provide soap, shampoo/conditioner and toothbrush/paste which I found very convenient - the soap was amazing. The shower is so good! I had a comfortable sleep, my only complaint would be the bean-bag type pillow I had and the fact that there’s no airflow in the pod itself - I had to leave the shade slightly open which was uncomfortable because it faced out to all other floors through a window including the male-only floors below. I would stay here again (but bring a usb fan) and I would also like to try the other locations. Thanks! …
Tired in Tokyo after inconsiderate customers who blow dry their hair at midnight and staff who clean the bathrooms at 1.20 In the morning! Nice idea in theory but although the signs say “quiet” And “change into slippers” people do not respect others and choose to make as much noise as they can. Initially a fun idea but would not recommend to anyone who is not partially deaf!!!
If U want to feel how the real japan life looks like, U must visit this place during your journey. Comfortable, clean & cozy sleeping space, where U can chill in your loneliness, just for one night.😉
Arrived after a long trip as was created by friendly, helpful staff. The pods were bigger than expected with charging points. Complementary towels and pjs are convenient. The bathrooms are very clean. The WiFi was a bit slow/sometimes wouldn’t connect and the pillows aren’t the most comfortable. But is you’re looking for somewhere cheap to stay for a few nights I would recommend this place. Particularly if, like us, you wanted to experience a pod hotel
This capsule hotel is very clean and quiet. Every evening you are provided sleeping clothes, slippers, towels, and a toothbrush. The showers and toilets each have a locking door and you get your own (skinny) locker. The common area is sparse, so plan to visit the cafes and stores in the area and not linger in the hotel.
Really fun experience! Hostel is about a 20/30 min walk from Tokyo station, so very well placed. I got towels, toiletries, slippers and pyjamas included in my one night booking, which i was very pleased about! Good view of the sunset from the stairs outside. The pods aren’t soundproof, which I didn’t mind but I heard someone thumping to shush someone else on the phone. Whole place was very clean and relaxing, and I could sit up and stretch out in the pod! I felt like I was in a sci-fi film!
Nine Hours Takebashi, now known as Otemachi I believe was amazing. By far the best capsule hotel I’ve stayed in! Staff are very friendly and if you are staying more than one night you can keep your things in the same locker which is very useful. Clean facilities and a lovely shower. In such a great location too. 20 minute walk from Tokyo Station, walking around the beautiful Imperial Palace. Highly recommended