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Osaka’s Largest-Scale Capsule Hotel, “AMZA”

AMZA is an enormous capsule hotel located in the heart of Namba, part of downtown Osaka. It’s said that this hotel’s bathing facilities are so amazing that they have water from natural hot springs brought in by tanker trucks. Guests can enjoy 3 different types of saunas, as well as outdoor baths, a running water pool for underwater walking, and other bath types.

Hostel Wasabi Osaka Bed with Library

“Hostel Wasabi Osaka Bed with Library” opened in December of 2016. As its name suggests, this is a unique library-like hostel that you can stay in overnight. Located a 5-minute walk from Kintetsu Nankai Railway’s Namba Station, it’s in a prime location for both sightseeing and business in Osaka.

Osaka ARK HOSTEL & CAFÉ DINING

“ARK HOSTEL & CAFÉ DINING” is located right between Osaka’s main stations, Umeda Station and Namba Station. As it’s located in an area called Higobashi, known for being particularly safe, we especially recommend staying here to women.

Tokyo’s Oak Hostel Cabin

This time, we will be introducing a capsule hotel-style hostel in Tokyo called “Oak Hostel Cabin.”
Taking a train from the station nearest to the hostel, Kayabacho Station, you can reach Tokyo Station in 10 minutes, Roppongi Station in 15 minutes, and Shinjuku Station in around 30 minutes. This makes Oak Hostel Cabin’s location very convenient for both sightseeing and business!

Len is both a convenient and delightful hostel to stay at when in Kyoto!

Located in Kawaramachi, Kyoto you’ll find Len, a trendy little hostel with its own built-in café and bar. The first floor’s lounge area, where the café and bar are located, welcomes not only guests, but locals and travelers alike. The atmosphere is laid back and encourages people to come together and have a good time. Its location is convenient for sightseeing around Kyoto as well, with the downtown area and Kamogawa just a stone's throw away.