If you are up for the challenge of sleeping in an enclosed environment, I am here to arrange your stay. Prices start at approximately US$25 per night in Tokyo.
A capsule hotel is Japan's solution for cheap accommodation for guests primarily wanting to sleep in private, bath in public and nothing else. Though the idea sounds similar to a hostel, the sleeping quarters look more like the coin laundry, consisting of "capsules" slightly larger than a coffin and stacked next to and on top of one another, in order to protect your privacy. A separate section of the hotel houses the public bathing facilities, lockers for personal belongings, vending machine and if you are lucky an internet cafe. It is also common to find men- or women-only capsule hotels, however they are predominantly used by men. The very first capsule hotel was opened in 1979 in Osaka. Today the capsule hotel concept continues to prove popular throughout Japan. If you are up for the challenge of sleeping in an enclosed environment, you know where to find me. Prices start at approximately US$20 per night in Tokyo.
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