Very friendly staff, well designed and good looking facilities, very well located and quite cheap. My first time in a capsule hotel and would stay there again.
The location is nice, quiet neighborhood. Clean rooms, and easy to operate laundromat. The only downside is the room is small - but then rooms in Japan are generally small.
Good location and great service with reasonable price
Fairly clean. Close to public transportation so that's great. Would be nice if rooms with bathrooms have modern toilets equipped.
Travelling to airport is inconvinent. Have to take the bus, which almost always full, then the train ride, almost always full too.
This was a wonderful place to stay. Great location and warm, helpful staff. The beds are very comfortable and the design is very thoughtful. Can’t wait to come back.
The location was excellent,, subway within walking distance! The famous Sensoji temple only 5 mins walk & the tourist info centre right across temple with excellent service
Great location. Room was very clean. Staff is amazing. Very polite, helpful. I already booked my next stay.
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