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Best 8 Capsule Hotels in Tokyo and Osaka 2020 - Japan Rail Pass

Capsule hotels (aka pod hotels) in Japan continue to grow in popularity among tourists. Discover what is like to stay in there and the best rated in Tokyo and Osaka.

KINN Capsule Hotel - Japanese Zen & Boutique-Level Comfort In Singapore

The elegant and minimalist KINN Capsule Hotel was opened in Singapore. It follows the Japanese design language of MUJI, also known as "no-brand quality goods." It was influenced by the Japanese Zen religion, placing the focus on simplicity and the essence of well-being.

Top 5 Osaka Capsule Hotels You Should Experience in Japan's City of Food! (From $20/night) | LIVE JAPAN travel guide

Discover the best Osaka capsule hotels—in the city where this budget-friendly lodging concept originated. Experience a unique stay in compact pods with communal facilities in the heart of Osaka, with prices from 3,600 yen (around $26)! (Main image: Booking.com)

Breathe in! Space-saving hotel offers 1.2m-wide sleeping pods

The First Cabin hotel chain in Tokyo features pod-like sleeping chambers which measure 1.2m wide and 2.1m deep.

11 coolest capsule hotels in tokyo [ For any Type of Traveler]

First built in Osaka during the 1970s, capsule hotels have become one of the many quirky staples of Japanese popular culture. Often a cheaper alternative to Airbnb and hotels -mainly if you’re only staying overnight- capsule hotels are an interesting accommodation choice. This list is sure to offer

Kyoto Capsule Hotel – 5 Unique Places For Your Stay in Kyoto

Kyoto Capsule Hotel - If you are looking for an affordable, confortable and very unique accomodation in Kyoto, you should really book at one of these places

Retro capsule hotel in Tokyo renovated by Schemata Architects

Jo Nagasaka's architecture studio has overhauled a capsule hotel in Tokyo, pairing old sleeping cabins with a suite of timber-lined saunas.