Welcome To Tokyo’s Shinjuku District!
Yes, one of Tokyo’s most amazing neighborhoods is filled with neon and incredible nightlife – one of the most entertaining places to visit – but it’s expensive as well!
A Month Of Tokyo For $772!
What if I showed you how to stay in Tokyo’s amazing Shinjuku district for an entire month for just over $25 a night!
Impossible? Not at all! Thanks to the great folks at SoraNews24, there is an amazingly affordable hotel waiting for you!
It’s only $772 for an entire month – that’s the price for a single night at one of Tokyo’s best hotels!
Time To Check-In To The Hatagoya!
The Hatagoya Capsule Hotel is just a few minutes walk from the heart of Shinjuku – it’s nondescript from outside, but inside it has everything you need to enjoy a lengthy stay in Tokyo, from an area with vending machines for food and washing machines for your clothes, to a nice communal bathroom…
Yes, you will share a bathroom with other guests – oh, and only men are allowed here – there are other hotels like this for women…
What About My Bedroom?
Now we get to the nitty gritty – you know what a capsule hotel is, right? If you are expecting a room with a chair, bed, table and more, you are in the wrong place….what does The Hatagoya offer? Something a bit more “compact”.
It’s a capsule to sleep in!
This is the hallway to your “Room”, which is actually a numbered capsule along the wall, with small ladders if you are in an “upper room” – if you’ve never seen a “capsule hotel room”, this is how you will be sleeping for the month:
OK, let it soak in – you crawl into your small “bedroom”, where there is a small TV and a plug for your phone, and you sleep. You store your stuff in lockers in the next room – but hey, you want a cheap way to live in Tokyo? Nothing beats this!
Thanks for the SoraNews24 people for this great find, see more pictures here:
If you want to experience Tokyo with a better view, how about his:
Tokyo’s legendary Park Hyatt Hotel will offer you a much different experience – this is the hotel used in the movie “Lost In Translation” – get a tour here:
Let me know what time you plan to check in!