Capsule Value Kanda1.5 out of 5.0
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For its price you can’t get much better than Capsule Value Kanda. I have stayed here on two seperate occasions in early 2019, with a collective five nights. This hotel is great for solo travellers, as it sees many tourists coming through, allowing you to meet many interesting people from abroad, as well as many locals from Tokyo, and other parts of Japan, all the while giving you a greater degree of privacy compared to a standard youth hostel, due to the capsules. Though the best part of the hotel is undoubtedly its location. It is a short walk away from Kanda station, which has connections to the Yamanote line, and the subway, therefore providing access to all of Tokyo’s biggest attractions. It is also only one stop away from the Shinkansen at Tokyo station, allowing for awesome day trips as well. There are also many convenience stores and fantastic eateries in the nearby Nihombashi district. This is a male only capsule hotel, so straight couples and female travellers are better looking elsewhere for a capsule experience. The only significant inconvenience I experienced was the daily check-in, check-out policy (which is standard for most capsule hotels), but would still recommend staying multiple nights if you are budgeting, or want to meet new people. The capsules themselves are decent, easy to sit up in and mattresses are decent, though thin. However, I wouldn’t recommend for anyone with claustrophobia The only bathing option is a public bathroom. This is a cultural experience that can be enjoyable for some, but it isn’t for everyone. Overall this is a wonderful budget option for accommodation, particularly for solo travellers, due to its location and diverse influx. Unfortunately not available for women, and wouldn’t recommend for self-conscious or claustrophobic people. The Capsule Value Kanda will give you a unique cultural experience of Japan at a low price.
It was my first time staying in a capsule hotel. It was fun experience sleeping in a small room attached with tv, AC and outlet. Stayed for 2 nights. Hotel was okay. Nothing special. Would highly suggest to have a lower deck room when you stay in a capsule hotel coz not easy to go to upper deck. There are other foreigner guests and staffs shld be able to speak English. Overall stay was okay :)
Stayed 4 nights at the capsule value kanda I was overall satisfied with my stay.Good location just a few minutes walk to kanda train station convenient stores and restaurants.Staff did their best to assist me in English.Every guest had to check out by 10am and re check-in later on. Capsules were spacious but no fan inside the capsule but it didn’t bother me.
I love this capsule. They did everything right including price. The bed is nice and it doesn't feel too cramped. Area is quiet and nice. The night I went it was all full so you have to book ahead of time. Bathroom is clean and they provide sleeping gowns and towels and a big locker for your belongings as well as a toothbrush. Very accommodating and staff are nice and spoke some English too (but I also know some Japanese). Length was just barely fitting as I'm 6'1" Only issue I had was that it was too hot. Ventilation wasn't very good so I found it hard to sleep.
Upon arrival in Japan we stayed here for just the first night because we wanted to experience a capsule style hotel in Tokyo. Past the front desk you will find small lockers for your shoes and a small lounge where you can store luggage bags. Upstairs at your designated capsule you will find personal lockers, some towels, a robe and a toothbrush. The capsule beds were clean and surprisingly roomy. Located in the basement is a public bath which was okay. We were also able to spend a couple of hours in Akihabara at night since it was just a 15 minute walk from the hotel. The only problem we had was that our neighbors in the adjacent capsules were too noisy in the morning and we were awoken too early. Overall the idea of a capsule hotel is very cool and we were glad to have tried it even for just one night.
The capsule is not that small nor big either,,just fit with my size of 160cm,,the receptionist is nice,,u will be provided with small toothbrush, toothpaste, small towel & yukata for sleep,,each level have 3 toilets,,for bath it is public bath,,quite nice & new experience for me
I visited Tokyo for first time, and I decided to live in capsule hotels, just to not spend much money.. I arrived in this capsule hostel, and I got positively surprised..! The capsules were very clean, they offered a bathrobe, clean sheets and towels every day!! Even a toothbrush! They give you 2 keys, one for a shoe locker and one for your luggage locker! And of course the position of this hostel was amazing! 5 minute walk from kanda Station, and like 15-20 min walk from Tokyo station! And a 5-10 min walk to get to Akihabara!! In the rest days of my trip in Japan, I lived in other capsule hotels too! This one was by far the best!!
For 10€ a night we got a capsule and a big bath. Nice and clean. Very central, in downtown Tokyo Near a train station. One stop to Akihabara. Many restaurants nearby. Check-In from 11. Couldn't have wished for more at this price point. Positively surprised.
Location: Located about 200m from a JR Station, down a side street, with a very small frontage. You will walk past before seeing it. Service: Staff service was very good, but cannot do a lot for you. Hotel: The hotel is a 7 floor structure with 20 capsules per floor except the 7th. Capsules: Whilst many would argue they are too enclosed after a night you get used to it. Actually very roomy at the end. Facilities: Facilities good, toilet and basin on the floor, but shower / bath is in the Basement and is Japanese style with all in. For those having not experienced this, can be confronting, but not really. Wash / Shower and leave there are no issues. Females: We do not know. Came across one female going for a wash on the first of four days on site in the early pm. On the forth day we heard that that night was males only. Issue: Need to remove all belongings by 10am place in general access room and then re-register at 11am. Would suggest you book well before arrival for the days required.
If you can enjoy sleeping in a tiny capsule as much as staying in a luxury hotel room, this place would be one of your best options in Tokyo. Located in middle of bustling area, very close to Akihabara by walk and you can take trains at Kanda Sta to go to most of places in Tokyo. Every facility in the hotel is kept clean and the staff are friendly enough to make you smile with their Engrish. The special thing about the hotel would be a common bath in the basement. Usually these small capsule hotels don't offer Japanese style bath experience to customers, but this hotel does. Only one thing I'd like to complain about is the air-conditioning in capsules which was bit too hot even in May.
- Walking distance to Akihabara Electric Town
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- 24-hour business center
- 24-hour front desk
Located in Chiyoda within a short walk of Akihabara Electric Town, Capsule Value Kanda is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Tokyo International Forum. This 100-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, a 24-hour business center, and a 24-hour front desk.
A TV comes with digital channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. The bathroom offers a jetted tub, hair dryers, and free toiletries. Bathrooms are shared.
Guests of Capsule Value Kanda enjoy free WiFi in public areas, a 24-hour business center, and a computer station. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with access to locker space and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a vending machine and a TV in a common area.
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72.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 126 reviews