Top Capsule Hotels In Tokyo

Want to try out a capsule hotel while on holiday in Japan? We have some great recommendations. Also, check out our capsule hotel first experience post.

Most people don’t book a capsule, as there are usually many available.  But if you are worried, just go to the capsule hotels with an English booking system.oriental

Oriental Passage Ueno (men only)

A modern, reasonably priced capsule hotel.  Right in the heart of Ueno, with small but relaxing spa.

Price: 3000 yen

Location: Ueno

Booking: On the day is best

oedo_smallOedo Onsen

Oedo Hot Spring has a ‘cabin’ hotel.  Not as private as a capsule hotel, but nicer than staying at an internet cafe.

Price: 3680 yen

Location: Odaiba

Booking: On the day or Japanese website green_shink

Green Plaza Shinjuku (men only)

A well known capsule hotel right in the center of Shinjuku.  Great location and good English support.  Also includes a modern spa.

Price: 3500 yen

Location: Shinjuku

Booking: On the day or on the official site asakusa-capsule

Capsule Hotel Asakusa River Side

A very cheap capsule hotel with English support, right next to Asakusa station.

Price: 2000 yen

Location: Asakusa

Booking: On the day or on the official site capsule_value

Capsulevalue Kanda (men only)

A new capsule hotel near Akihabara with some great prices.  Features a small bath (shared with others).

Price: 2100 yen

Location: Kanda, near Akihabara

Booking: Booking.com

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First Cabin Akihabara

A classy capsule hotel with something that nearly resembles a room!

Price: 5800 yen

Location: Akihabara

Booking: Booking.com

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Matthew Baxter is a British travel author who lived in New Zealand and Japan for many years. Having traveled across these countries, without much money, he has built up an extensive knowledge of budget travel, and also worked at many leading tourism companies in both countries. He also writes professionally for several websites and publications, such as the GaijinPot, All About and the Japan National Tourist Association. Those heading to Taiwan should check out his new site, Taiwanna Travel.