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|Check in||15:00PM – 24:30PM|
|Check out||6:00AM – 11:00AM|
|Accepted credit cards||VISA、Master、JCB、AMEX、Diners, Unionpay
Room fees must be paid in full in advance. Receipts will be given upon request at check-out.
Individuals (under 10 people)
|2 days in advance||0%|
|1 day in advance||50% of 1st day|
|Day-of cancellation||100% of current day fee, 50% of 2nd day|
|No-show (without contact)||100% of fees for the entire stay|
Groups (10 or more people)
|14 day in advance||10% of total stay|
|6 day in advance||20% of total stay|
|3 day in advance||30% of total stay|
|Day-of cancellation||100% of total stay|
|No-show (without contact)||100% of total stay|
- Please do not have more people in the room than the maximum occupancy allows.
- The entire hotel is non-smoking. If smoking is discovered outside the designated smoking area, a cleaning fee will be charged.
- Please be responsible for your own valuables. We hold no responsibility for any theft or destruction of your belongings.
- For long-term stays, we can exchange sheets and do room cleaning upon request.
- For stays consisting of only people under 18, we require permission in writing from their parents or guardians.
In some cases we may refuse service.
- Persons not listed at the time of check-in may not enter the rooms.
What is a capsule hotel?
This is a new lodging style that showcases unique Japanese functionality.
It is a safe place to stay where private and public spaces are divided by functionality.
The private space is a capsule unit made of reinforced plastic, evoking the image of an airliner cockpit.
There are 2 electric plugs, and wifi.
There is a women-only floor, a men-only floor, and a mixed floor.
How to use
Put away shoes in the shoe box
Welcome! Please put your shoes in the shoe box.
Keep the shoe box key with you.
PPlease give your name.
We will look up the plan you made a reservation for and carry out the check-in process. (paid in advance)
Once you have filled out the lodging card, we will explain the lodging facilities and hand you your locker key.
About the room key
The keys are numbered codes.
You will be told your code number when checking in.
Use the locker with the same number as your locker key.
*If your bags do not fit in the locker, please let us know at the front desk.
We will keep it by the front desk on the 2nd floor. Please keep any valuables in the lock
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