Capsule Inn Kinshicho
For customers who stay for multiple nights we can offer a discount price of ¥2800 per night.
24-Hour Access, Free WiFi, Bath House/Sauna Included
Per Night: ¥3100
Two or more nights: ¥2800
A comfortable and futuristic capsule hotel in the heart of Tokyo, perfect for the solo traveler.
Hotel information and pricing
|15:00 (3 PM)
|24 hours a day (no curfew)
|152 capsules over 5 floors
|Communal bathhouse (plus sauna, and rock sauna in women bathhouse)
|Free WiFi, phone charging service, toothbrush and razor included in price
|Price per night
|3100¥ (2800¥ discount price)
|Services for women
|Two women-only capsule floors with security door, women-only bath house
|2-6-3 Kinshi, Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0013
Floor guide (elevator available from 2F)
Please make use of our facilities as much as you like. The free WiFi is available in the lounge (see the note on the wall for the password) and on the 3F capsule room. Please note that smoking is allowed only in the bath house dressing room and on the stairway; not on the capsule floor or in the lounge. Also, please note that we do not offer private showers.
We have free dispensable toothbrushes in the capsule floor bathroom and in the bath house. Free razors are available at the front desk. In the common room there's a drink dispenser, and there are two vending machines (in the male bath house and on the 5th floor).
We can keep your valuables behind the front desk, and also charge your phone and other devices for free.
How to get here?
From Narita Airport:
Take the JR Sobu Line (dark blue line; costs ~¥1.470 and takes about 1 hour 20 minutes) to Kinshicho Station.
From Haneda Airport:
From Terminal 3 Station, take the Tokyo Monorail (Airport Rapid to Hamamatsucho) to Hamamastsucho Station. Transfer to the Keihin-Tohoku Line (Local to Omiya) and get off at Akihabara Station. Transfer to the Chuo-Sobu Line (Local to Chiba) and get off at Kinshicho Station. The trip costs ~¥680 and takes about 45 minutes.
From Kinshicho Station:
Take the North Exit (the side with the large donut-like sculpture) and start heading left. After the second block, there will be a Burger King to your right—cross the street towards it. Walk past the Burger King. At the first crossroad, you'll see the hotel on the right side (next to the Italian bar Quintetto).
About the Kinshicho area and surroundings
The capsule hotel is located in one of the central districts of Tokyo and is home to many interesting venues and a bustling night life. One of Tokyo's most well-known attractions, the Sky Tree, is only one subway stop away or can be reached on foot in about 15 minutes. Please feel free to ask the staff for recommendations on where to go and what to see. In addition, there are many good restaurants and izakaya (Japanese bars) in the area.
Located close to Kinshicho are also the following areas of interest (click for more information):
Visitors interested in doing a lot of traveling either in or outside Tokyo might be interested in obtaining a JR Rail Pass.
Reviews from Hostelworld
“I love it for the bath house they have. I've stayed here twice, enjoyed both times, great place!”
Making a reservation
We're currently accepting reservations through Hostelworld.com (please note there's a surcharge for making a reservation online through their website). It's not necessary to pay in advance—you can also email us and ask whether room is available on a day. We accept both cash (Japanese Yen only) and credit card at the hotel. Visitors staying for multiple days get a discount price of ¥2800 per night instead of ¥3100—you don't need to make a reservation to get this discount. Please keep timezone differences and the flight duration in mind when choosing the date of your reservation.
There are usually capsules available all week, but we recommend reserving in advance if arriving on Saturday or on a national holiday, particularly when traveling with a group.
Please note that while we employ multiple English-speaking staff at the front desk, not all of our staff can speak English. There are times when we'll have only Japanese-speaking staff at the front desk, although we try to keep this to a minimum. We ask for your understanding in advance.
Things to keep in mind during your stay
Although the capsule inn is essentially like any other hotel, there are a few things we'd like our visitors to keep in mind.
The capsule room is like a dormitory—although the capsules are separate, they're not soundproofed. There's almost always someone resting in one of the capsules, so please keep quiet while you're on the capsule floor. Also, when keeping your luggage outside of the capsule, please keep in mind not to block the way.
We thank you in advance for being considerate of the other visitors.
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