Wednesday, January 4, 2017

::: Special ::: Budget Travel! Save your travel cost by staying at capsule hotels or hostel in Japan!!

Wanna save some cost on accommodation in Japan?

Recommended Capsule Hotels and Hostels for you! 

Budget travel is getting more popular these days, from the low cost carrier (LCC) flights to accommodation like capsule hotels and hostels, travelers can still travel around the world at low costs!

If you also want to save some money on your accommodation in Tokyo, we have a few good recommendations for you!

01. Oak Hostel Cabin

This capsule hotel welcomes both ladies and gentlemen. It has a good location where you can get to different places of Tokyo easily.

Floor Guide
1F Men's Floor
2F Lobby (Counter, lounge, living room, kitchen, etc.)
3F COED Floor
4F Ladies' Floor

5F Bathroom/ Shower Room

On 2F, a spacious lounge is available for you to chat with your friends and other visitors! Make some new friends from other countries!

TV, bar counter, and open kitchen are provided too. Simple but stylish design.

Address: 1-16 Hakozaki-cho, Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

TEL: 03-6264-9452 
FAX: 03-6264-9453
Access: Tokyo Metro Hanzonmon Line - Suitengu-mae Station Exit 2
Official website (Japanese)
Official website (English)

Check-in 15: 00-24: 30 
Check-out 11:00

Online Reservation Only (Telephone and E-mail are not accepted)

Detailed Blog: 


In just 30-minute train ride from Tokyo, you can come to Yokohama which is famous for the night view!

Other than the spectacular night view, there is an interesting capsule hotel in Yokohama indeed.

Different themes are used in different areas of this capsule hotel!
Do you prefer the traditional style, the ninja style or the animation style?

Address: 53-3 Nishidori Fukutomicho, Naka-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture
Tel: 045-231- 3726
Check-in:: from 15:00 
Check-out: Until 10:00
Price: 4000yen ~ (tax included)
Reservation page (Japanese):
Official website (Japanese):

Detailed Blog: 

# Accommodation ♪ Various themed capsule hotels - BUSINESS INN NEW CITY - Ninja, Animation, Courtesan, and Warring States Period!!!


If you want to stay in Shinjuku and look for a place that is clean and safe but you don't want to spend a lot on accommodation, then IMANO TOKYO HOSTEL CAFE&BAR is a good choice for you!

There are many different types of rooms for your to choose. Rooms from two persons to ten persons are available. Safety boxes are also provided here, so you can keep your valuables in the safety boxes during your stay.  For parties of four to five, you can even rent a private room to stay with your whole family.

You can enjoy your food and drink in the lounge area on each floor. It's a great place to chat and make some new friends.

Address: 5-12-2 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, tokyo
Tel.: +81-3-5362-7161
Hours (Lobby): 24 hours
From Shinjuku Station: 9 minutes walk from east exit
From Shinjuku Sanchome Station: 3 minutes walk from E2 exit, and 4 minutes walk from C7 exit
From Higashi Shinjuku Station: 8 minutes walk from A2 exit

Check-in time: 16:00-23:00
Check-out time: 11:00

Reservation email:

Detailed Blog:

# Accommodation ♪ A New And Modern Style Hostel In Shinjuku, Tokyo! IMANO TOKYO HOSTEL CAFE&BAR!


Oak Hostel Zen is a good choice for those who want to stay near Ueno area!

Floor Guide

1F: Kitchen and Lounge and Dormitory Rooms

2F: DOUBLE rooms, SEMI-DOUBLE rooms (with bathroom) and TWIN rooms
3F: SEMI-DOUBLE rooms (with bathroom) and Family Rooms (with bathroom)

Spacious kitchen and dining area is provided. If you wanna try to make some Japanese dish here, you are welcome! Kitchen wares are provided too.

Address: 3-3-3 Negishi, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Tel: +81-3-5808-7418
Fax: +81-3-5808-7419
Access: 5 minutes walk from JR Uguisudani Station
Google Map

Check-in time: 15:00 - 24:30
Check-out time: 06:00 - 10:00

Detailed Blog:

#Accommodation - ♪ Meeting New Friends and Creating your own Trip at Oak Hostel Zen in Uguisudani, Tokyo

Hope that you will find our sharing today helpful when you plan for your next trip to Tokyo!!

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