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If you have ever slept in a 1 man tent, then a capsule is nothing new. I have stayed here three times now, and it is my go-to when overnighting in Osaka. Location can't be beat. Great three story onsen included in room rate, access...More
This was an experience not to be missed. It's a male only venue. From the white robe, slippers and clothing locker, to getting undressed in the locker room in front of a cctv camera that broadcasts to the reception area in full view, to sleeping...More
I must say the location is just great as the convenience store, restaurants & Umeda attractions nearby.
Dont get surprise, you will need coins to bath, and poor reception of wifi. I must stay sitting at lobby for wifi access. Kinda troublesm.
Staff really helpful...More
The bed itself was nice. It perfectly fit my 5'7'' frame. If you're taller than that, you're hosed. Bring your own pillow, because EF that pillow they give you. They stuff it full of kidney beans. Not comfortable at all. English speaking staff is a...More
This is not typical place to stay, but it is worth to try this and get new experience. There is not enough space so it is place only for sleep in taugh conditions. The price is low. In my opinion it is good only for...More
US$30 - US$121 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Take the train to JR Osaka station and start walking to the east way through Hankyu mall, cross the road, walk through again, cross the road, and walk for a while. Be careful! It is not recognized easily and the shops... More
Take the train to JR Osaka station and start walking to the east way through Hankyu mall, cross the road, walk through again, cross the road, and walk for a while. Be careful! It is not recognized easily and the shops around are so noisy.