Karaoke Hotel and Train hotel: 14 most unusual accommodation options in Japan

Karaoke Hotel and Train hotel: 14 most unusual accommodation options in Japan

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It's no secret that the Japanese are known for their originality and non-standard approach in everything. Local hotels made in a variety of themes are no exception. Japan continues to lead the world in the number of unusual types of hotels, and some of the most original fit into our selection.

Karaoke Hotel and Train hotel: 14 most unusual accommodation options in Japan

Book and Bed Hostel, Tokyo

Karaoke Hotel and Train hotel: 14 most unusual accommodation options in Japan

The Book and Bed hostel chain, of which there are as many as six throughout Tokyo, combines cozy sleeping capsules and labyrinths of shelves with books. A standard capsule costs 36 pounds (3,000 rubles) per night, a capsule with a beautiful view of the city is slightly more expensive, 43 pounds.

Karaoke Hotel and Train hotel: 14 most unusual accommodation options in Japan

Amenities include free Wi-Fi, small lockers, bathrooms, free disposable earplugs for each guest.

First Cabin Hotel, Tokyo

Karaoke Hotel and Train hotel: 14 most unusual accommodation options in Japan

The First Cabin Hotel, as they write on the website itself, is a "unique hotel of the future" with rooms resembling the interior of an airplane. Each guest, as well as on the plane, is given a set of disposable hygiene supplies and other useful things.

Karaoke Hotel and Train hotel: 14 most unusual accommodation options in Japan

A first class capsule will cost 40 pounds (3,400 rubles) per night, with a possible downgrade to "business class" and "premium economy".

Karaoke Hotel and Train hotel: 14 most unusual accommodation options in Japan

The Hotel Chapel Christmas in the town of Narita has a New Year's mood all year round. Everything in the hotel is made in the spirit of Christmas. Christmas trees, lollipops, Christmas wreaths, garlands and other atmospheric attributes automatically lift the mood! Guests can choose from rooms in eight different styles.

Keibajo US Hotel, Niigata

Karaoke Hotel and Train hotel: 14 most unusual accommodation options in Japan

In Japan, there are a great many so-called "love hotels" or dating hotels (according to estimates, about 37 thousand) on a variety of topics. Keibajo US Hotel offers 50 themed rooms with a rental period of one hour or more. One of the most "innocent" options is a room in the form of a school office, where guests, of course, will not prove theorems.

Hotel Gracery, Tokyo

Karaoke Hotel and Train hotel: 14 most unusual accommodation options in Japan

The Gracery Hotel in Tokyo's Shinjuku district opened in 2015, and attracts tourists from all over the world not only with its luxury, but also with a giant Godzilla head that looks out from a building on Kabukicho Entertainment Street.

Karaoke Hotel and Train hotel: 14 most unusual accommodation options in Japan

This hotel is a kind of "museum" of Godzilla, where everything connected with the famous monster is found at every step. The room will cost a lot — about 200 pounds (17 thousand rubles) per night.

Henn Ha Hotel, Nagasaki

Karaoke Hotel and Train hotel: 14 most unusual accommodation options in Japan

The Henn Ha Hotel is almost entirely controlled by robots. At the reception you will be met and registered by three alternative robots, including an English-speaking dinosaur. The guests' luggage is picked up and delivered by a robot hand. The cost of rooms starts from 36 pounds (3 thousand rubles) per night.Nine Hours, Kyoto

Karaoke Hotel and Train hotel: 14 most unusual accommodation options in Japan

Capsule hotels in futuristic style are appearing all over the world today, but the trend itself originates in Japan. Capsule hotels, originally designed for those who work overtime and who just need to take a nap during their lunch break, now attract tourists from all over the world. One of the most popular similar hotels in Japan is Nine Hours, which is located in Kyoto.

Karaoke Hotel and Train hotel: 14 most unusual accommodation options in Japan

The cost of a night in a capsule is about 30 pounds (2500 rubles), with the possibility to stay for any period — even just to take a shower and take a nap.

The Millennial's is another popular capsule hotel, already in Tokyo

Karaoke Hotel and Train hotel: 14 most unusual accommodation options in Japan

In Tokyo, The Millennial's capsules are more cozy — for those who want to feel at home. Free pastries, coffee and tea are served here every morning.

Karaoke hotels

Karaoke Hotel and Train hotel: 14 most unusual accommodation options in Japan

On a trip to Japan, a visit to karaoke is one of the mandatory items. It was here that karaoke rooms, designed for small companies, which are gaining popularity all over the world, appeared. In addition to ordinary karaoke rooms, karaoke rooms with the opportunity to spend the night are common in Japan.

[email protected] hotel, Tokyo

Karaoke Hotel and Train hotel: 14 most unusual accommodation options in Japan

Fans of the "industrial chic" style can stay at the Tokyo [email protected] hotel, which looks more like a modern art gallery than a place to sleep. The design of the hotel is fully thought out by the world-famous architect Kengo Kuma.Another designer hotel — Claska, Tokyo

Karaoke Hotel and Train hotel: 14 most unusual accommodation options in Japan

This concept hotel has a total of 20 rooms, each designed by different architects and designers. Of the four style options, guests are invited to "choose the room that best suits their leisure goals, preferences and style."

Nagomi cafe, Tokyo

Karaoke Hotel and Train hotel: 14 most unusual accommodation options in Japan

In Japanese Internet cafes, known as "manga cafes", guests pay for the duration of their stay — about 1.5 pounds (120 rubles) for the first half hour, and 70 pence (60 rubles) for each subsequent one. Taking into account the fact that in the manga cafe you can not only surf the Internet and read manga comics, but also sleep on comfortable sofas - this is an excellent option, long appreciated by economical tourists.

Tokyo Disneyland Hotel, Tokyo

Karaoke Hotel and Train hotel: 14 most unusual accommodation options in Japan

Tokyo Disneyland Hotel is for those who want to feel like a prince or a princess. The hotel's quirky rooms are designed in the style of Disney cartoons, such as Alice in Wonderland and Cinderella.

Seven Stars, Kyushu Island

Karaoke Hotel and Train hotel: 14 most unusual accommodation options in Japan

The Seven Stars Luxury Train is the first Japanese hotel train running on the island of Kyushu, the third largest in the world. Japan.

Karaoke Hotel and Train hotel: 14 most unusual accommodation options in Japan

During the trip, tourists will enjoy stunning views of the island, amazing local haute cuisine and dishes prepared by the best chefs of Japan, and unforgettable high-class service. Prices vary depending on the time of year. All interested guests should submit an application for consideration before the trip.

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