Japan is the home of one-of-a-kind and unique stuff. They are probably one of the most technologically advanced countries in the world, but there are also some things that you can find only in Japan. One of them is the unique hotels that are offering different kinds of services in the accommodation sector.

Unique Hotels in Japan

Love Hotels

Love Hotels

This is a type of recreational hotel that is quite popular all over Japan. You will find one in any city in Japan. As the name suggests, this type of hotel is often used for romantic activity. It can be rented by hours or days and it often comes in various themes – getting you in the mood. The hotel isn’t necessarily used for romance only because some are meant for chilling out or for entertainment – the rooms have big TVs and game consoles.

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Manga Cafe

Manga Cafe

If you want to surf the internet non-stop and then rest for a while with your favorite manga and favorite dish, then Manga Cafe may be right up your alley. The idea is spending the night at the internet cafe where you can get some drinks (cold and hot), foods, games, and Manga comics. Feel free to catch some hours of nap. The biggest attraction is the fact that you can spend many hours surfing the net or playing games or reading your favorite comic.

There is one popular cafe close to Akihabara Station that will charge you ¥250 for the first half an hour, and another ¥100 for another 30 minutes. If you have to spend more than 12 hours at the cafe, talk to them about the total spending. This is perfect for those with limited budgets or the ones with a very deep interest in comics and games.

Book and Bed

Book and Bed

Are you a book lover who dreams to sleep among hundreds of books? Well, you can always head to the Book and Bed hotel in Tokyo, located only 8 minutes from the Metro Station at Shinjuku. This type of accommodation is the capsule form. You will be surrounded by books – not the electronic ones, mind you, but the actual traditional books. Starting from a rate of £9 per hour, this can be an ideal escape spot for you. Keep in mind, though, that it doesn’t have a shower.

Henn na Hotel

Henn na Hotel

Want to stay in a hotel where robots are serving the guests? When you come to this particular hotel, you will be welcomed by robots. The concierge, luggage storage, and check-in staff are all robots. After all, the owner intends to replace around 90% of the human staffs with robots. Do you know what else is unique? You may be served by a dinosaur robot that can speak English. The rate starts from around £36 per night, but it is generally super full during the peak months of November and April.

Hello Kitty Hotel

Hello Kitty Hotel

Into Hello Kitty so much? Can’t get enough of this cute cat figure? Go to Keio Plaza and stay at the theme room- Hello Kitty theme, of course. They have two options for Princess Kitty for the adults and Kitty Town for the kids. All rooms have Hello Kitty decorations –with lots of pink decors. If you want to stay in one of the rooms, you need to book it –around a year in advance. So be sure to plan your trip carefully and decide whether you want to stay in this hotel.

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Capsule Hotel

Capsule Hotel

You can still enjoy the premium service and exclusive amenities within a very limited space. Yes, you will be staying in a small capsule but with quite a good service. This type of accommodation is perfect if you only need to rest for a while or you have a quick visit to the city. The rate is various. If you want to shower only, it costs you £5. For a nap only, it is £6. If you want to spend a night, it is going to cost you £30 or around ¥4,900.

If you are planning to go to Japan, be sure to manage everything thoroughly. There are tons of accommodations available, but be sure that you have chosen the right air service with Airpaz.com. There are tons of air carriers available, such as ANA All Nippon or AirAsia Japan.

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