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 Shinjuku.
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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 TravelPod.com.

      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 TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Shinjuku Kuyakushomae Capsule Hotel

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

      Travel Blogs from Shinjuku

      The capsule hotel experience.

      A travel blog entry by kim-davis on Jan 29, 2015

      1 comment, 10 photos

      When I got back to Tokyo yesterday I decided that I wanted the experience of staying in one of the infamous Tokyo capsule hotels. These hotels were originally made to accommodate drunk local businessmen who were too intoxicated to get home after a Friday night bender. They are tiny little cabins which look like oversized microwave ovens, and can …

      Shinjuku-KU, Tiny bars, Japanese men and Karaoke

      A travel blog entry by lindsey-canada on Mar 26, 2015

      133 photos

      ... over 200 little tiny bars down 6 narrow alleyways, we stopped in one and had a few drinks.  The concept is really cool you can go upstairs downstairs wherever but it is EXPENSIVE!  We thought we would just go and pub crawl but you have to pay an entry to get into most and that is around 10 dollars a person… to sit in a tiny closet and drink 10 dollar beers! We stopped in one and the woman was completely drunk but so sweet!  It ...

      Tokyo – Getting a Taste of the Metropolis

      A travel blog entry by maggie360 on Sep 14, 2013

      31 photos

      ... There was also all-you-can drink beer, wine, and sake, so that helped warm everyone up. When we had to leave, we went back to the group’s hotel and closed down that bar as well. I’m really starting to like our group, as it’s a fun mix of lively personalities and folks with interesting backgrounds.

      On our last full day in Tokyo we decided to do an organized bus tour to get out a bit further. The tour ...

      Day 7 - Ghibli Museum and Akihabara

      A travel blog entry by mattrobinson on May 02, 2013

      6 photos

      ... which is a shame as the artwork areas were amazing. There's also a small cinema which shows an exclusive 15 minute short, and the ticket price included admission to one showing. We spent nearly 3 hours there in all, and the gift shop was hard to move in it was so busy! Afterwards we headed to Akihabara, known as Electric Town, it is full of shops selling the latest electronics. We had dinner at Pizza Salvatore Cuomo, the tables were booked up for an hour and a ...

      Final day

      A travel blog entry by kevinandjoan on Oct 20, 2012

      15 photos

      ... left our cases but the maze of shops and levels was impossible to fathom. After a good while searching, we accidentally found the lockers. We thought the problem was over, but then we couldn't find our way through the building to the JR tracks. With help from an Info clerk we eventually found the station bit of the station! We were glad we built in extra time. Then it was an uneventful ride to the airport on the Narita Express to catch the plane.
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