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A Capsule Inn is a must do in Japan. It is a great experience, but one must not be claustrophobic because the capsules are small. This particular Capsule Inn was a man only and consisted of five floors. The first one had a public bath...More
Staying at a capsule hotel was on my bucket list so now I can cross it off. Checking in was relatively easy provided you know what to do. First, you remove your shoes before you head to the check-in counter. The staff will ask you...More
I was a bit apprehensive about staying in a capsule hotel as I expected some kind of hostel with capsules instead of dormitories. However it was an experience that I wanted to have as part of a trip to Japan so I booked in for...More
This is the place for anyone looking to experience a true capsule hotel. Unlike others that are primarily tourist-focused, Capsule Inn is used almost exclusively by Osaka's business men and women, which is reflected in the layout and décor of the hotel - functional rather...More
As I can compare to a previous Capsule Hotel located in Dotonbori, Osaka, capsules here are not the most confortable. It's a little bit noisy (you can hear clearly the other guests talking, watching movies) but clean.
The hotel is quite small and in my...More
Take the train to JR Osaka station and start walking to the east way through Hankyu mall, cross the road, walk through again, cross the road, and walk for a while. Be careful! It is not recognized easily and the shops... More
Take the train to JR Osaka station and start walking to the east way through Hankyu mall, cross the road, walk through again, cross the road, and walk for a while. Be careful! It is not recognized easily and the shops around are so noisy.