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Similar to staying in a hostel, Capsule hotels have become popular lodging options for many Japanese tourists. The small rooms mimic the shape and small size of capsules, measuring at about 1.2 meters wide, 2 meters long, and 1 meter high. These unique hotels provides guests with a very affordable, low budget place to stay, starting from around 2000 yen per night.
The small room includes an individual bed and basic amenities for travelers to enjoy. Located often around major train stations, it was a popular lodging option for business men who may have missed the last train from work. More recently, capsule hotels are becoming more common among women as well.
Though most rooms in a capsule hotel will only consist of a bed and TV, most capsule hotels offer common restrooms and showers that are shared among the guests. Some capsule hotels may even have lounges for its guests to enjoy as well. The hotels also usually provide toiletries and sometimes even a yukata, a robe, for use. Due to the growing popularity of Business Hotels and all-night manga cafes, capsule hotels have begun offering more than just low-cost lodging for the night. Nowadays, it's becoming more common for capsule hotels to offer better amenities, including complimentary breakfasts in their lounges or baths with Japanese hot-springs waters. These luxurious add-on's make capsule hotels a much more appealing option then when they were first introduced in the country. Interested in spending a night in these unique Japanese hotels? Ask your travel agent when booking your vacation with Japan Deluxe Tours to add a pre/post stay in Tokyo to spend a night at a capsule hotel!
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