Shinjuku Kuyakushomae Capsule Hotel

Address: 1-2-5 Kabukicho, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 160-0021, Japan | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Shinjuku/Nakano/Suginami area of Shinjuku, is near Meiji Shrine, Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office (TMG), Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, and Golden-gai District.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsShinjuku Kuyakushomae Capsule Hotel

          Reviewed by leongerrits

          Nice experience

          Reviewed Apr 6, 2013
          by (13 reviews) Breda , Netherlands Flag of Netherlands

          Has all it needs for an unplanned sleepover in the city. Would be even better with personal airco.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          Reviewed by moo1992

          Spend a night in a morgue!!

          Reviewed Jan 8, 2013
          by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

          The amenities and everything were fantastic, very clean and nice staff,
          It was a fantastic experience and great place to stay for such little money.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews Shinjuku Kuyakushomae Capsule Hotel

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Shinjuku

          A Hop On Hop Off Day

          A travel blog entry by shyam_t on Jul 29, 2014

          4 photos

          ... on hop off bus. The pick up point was a short walk from the hotel through lovely wide tree-lined avenues with nice little cafés, designer shops and even a Laduree. Before we bought our tickets for the bus we were shown instructions in English - the main one being we HAD to sit on the upper deck and we're not allowed to move to the lower deck. The instructions also explained that there was no air conditioning on the lower deck omitted ...

          Tokyo - my favourite city in the world!!

          A travel blog entry by steveandtam on Mar 24, 2014

          3 photos

          We had to bid farewell to peaceful Takayama and introduced the boys to this new brilliant mode of transport called a bus. The bus hauled us and all of our luggage to the train station where we had to catch one train to Nagoya. We had a quick changeover and jumped on our train to Tokyo.

          We ordered our bento boxes on our awesome Shinkansen and sat back and relaxed for the rest of the journey. It was a magnificently clear day so we were lucky enough to see Mount Fuji in all of its ...

          Day 57: Tokyo - Organised Craziness

          A travel blog entry by mfln31 on Feb 27, 2014

          7 photos

          ... soup flavour crisps and some sort of kitty biscuits. Food in Tokyo is really not as expensive as I'd imagined, especially at the convenience stores

          After lunch we set out to conquer the metro system, armed with a map that showed the metro stops in English that had been given to us by the hotel. We headed for the popular Shibuya district, where we took some photos of the famous busy crossing and checked out the Hikarie Building, that houses shops, art galleries ...


          A travel blog entry by jennydawson on Sep 02, 2013

          ... he loved that made fake flushing noises when you needed to do number 2s and it drowned out the sound of any sound effects.... He then declared that to be the best part of Toyko! So there you have it. A way to round out the trip! Have to admit, next stop I did try it to see what noise it made but got flustered when it wouldn't stop or turn down the volume! Get the feeling everyone would know what the fake noise was ...

          Tokyo: Where Compasses Go to Die

          A travel blog entry by kristinrust on Apr 14, 2013

          3 comments, 36 photos

          ... every small dog I saw in a baby stroller or purse, or dressed in a sweater. The park was jam packed with people picnicking on sushi and cashing in on the lack of open container laws. I'd never seen anything like it - I cannot explain the joy and amusement I could hear. Each group was playing a game - catch, soccer, badminton, drum circle, Jenga, a riotous jump rope sesh. Everyone likes their parks, but this was almost unsettling, a Stepford Park.