Tokyo Green Palace

2 Niban-cho, Chiyoda, Tokyo Prefecture, 102-0084, Japan
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Capsule Hotel in Tokyo for men and women

by ikira

Hi Vts

Good day.
Any recommendation of Capsule hotel in Tokyo (preferably in Shinbashi area) which can accomodate both male and female.
I wish to bring my family member to experience the capsule hotel stay in Japan.

I had stayed once before at Osaka which is think is very good.
http://www.hotel-shin-imamiya.jp/room/index.html
I stayed in capsule private room before.

Please kindly recommend the similiar type in Tokyo.

Many thanks

Regards
Chiah

Re: Capsule Hotel in Tokyo for men and women

by SfumatoPants

Capsules are segregated by sex, they will have one floor for women, the rest for men. Most capsules are for men only.

http://www.asakusa-capsule.jp/english/

http://travel.rakuten.co.jp/HOTEL/80890/CUSTOM/G80890100607120139.html

Re: Capsule Hotel in Tokyo for men and women

by Odinnthor

The above response is correct. What you are referring to is not really a "capsule" hotel, although it is apparent that the word is used for marketing purposes. The "capsule" you stayed in is quite a bit larger and they have rooms for two. Not really a capsule. A true capsule is basically what the word implies, and they are always only for singles. Capsules are sometimes referred to as coffin hotels.....

Sorry, wish I could help with a Shinbashi capsule room hotel.....but here is what I found in the area....

http://www.links.net/vita/trip/japan/lodging/capsulehotel/

http://gojapan.about.com/cs/accommodation/a/tokyocapsule1.htm

http://web.travel.rakuten.co.jp/portal/my/info_page_e.Eng?f_no=14498

All of these are true capsules, so perhaps not what you want.

Re: Capsule Hotel in Tokyo for men and women

by SfumatoPants

Just to clarify, the two hotels that I listed do have woman's floors.

Travel Tips for Tokyo

surviving on a budget

by thenugget31

Japan is quite expensive but there are ways to live very cheaply without complete suffering...

For example - you could eat a McChicken sandwich 3 times a day or pot noodles - so in this case food daily cost would 1.5 English pounds or 3 dollars - but thats pretty much rock bottom! 1000 yen a day is the more realistic minimum for food

Accommodation - stay in a gaijin or guesthouse for a few weeks at 1500 - 2000 yen a day (7 - 10 English pounds - 15 - 20 dollars)

The tap water is drinkable... A can of coke will cost you 60p (1 us dollar)

All you can drink nightclub will cost 2-3000 yen for the whole night - 15 pounds, 30 dollars

DVD rental - less than 2 pounds (4 dollars) for a week

Trains are reasonably costed at less than a pound for a short journey..

Gusto`s restaruants are good for Western style food and the drinkbar is a bargain.. All you can drink (unfortunately not alchohol!) for under 1 pound

When Travelling with Luggage to Your Hotel/Motel

by Breen

I learned this the hardway. Make sure your luggage has more than just handles or a carry strap, this is a country that investing in airline luggage with wheels and a pull strap will really help you get around. Considering the amount of walking you are going to be doing in Tokyo, including in the stations, it is best to have something easy to carry with you.

Roppongi Hill

by dennisKL

A redeveloped neighborhood in the district of Roppongi, consisting of residential, recreational and office space, an art museum, cinema complex, hotel and various shops, restaurants and cafes. In the center of Roppongi Hills stands the Mori Tower, a 54-storey skyscraper named after the company and company president that built it. One of the most modern technology building found in Tokyo.

Tokyo City Map

by machomikemd

unlike in beijing where you have to pay 5 remimbi for an english city map, here in tokyo, the english city maps are free and are available everywhere, in englih speaking kobans (police boxes) and in japanese tourism offices and even in the offices of the travel agencies and tours like Sunrise or JTB or Hato Bus or Grayline Tokyo. thge maps are detailed as you can see in the pictures below and has a separate map of the subway system and the Railway system in and around the tokyo area and more importantly it has the corresponding japanese language equivalent of the english language word written in the maps so that if you feel lost, you can still ask any japanese for directions using these maps. get a free tokyo map whenever you can, it is also available at the lobbies of the big hotels in tokyo.

Stay a Night at a Ryokan (Traditional Inn)

by Wild_Orchid

If you get the chance, there is nothing that beats putting up a night at a traditional inn or RYOKAN. There are quite a few within Tokyo city, but those that offer better facilities and a more traditional and culturally interesting experience, it is best to try those that are located outside of Tokyo (eg. around Lake Hakone, Nikko or Narita town). The one I stayed at was at Narita (see second pics) and I have done a more extensive write up under my Accommodation Tips in my Narita Pages.

The ryokan is usually family run and the room rate will include breakfast, with an optional dinner and lunch to be included. The food is usually of very high quality and standard at ryokans because the families that run the inns takes pride in their service and hospitality. Part of the unique cultural experience is to sleep on a futon (see pics) on a tatami mat floor.

Another interesting feature is the traditional bath ("furo") which is a delightful experience-similar to an "onsen" (public bath) but on a much smaller scale. The ryokans in Tokyo town are much smaller due to space constraints and therefore may not have furo facilities.

Don't miss this great experience!

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 Tokyo Green Palace

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Address: 2 Niban-cho, Chiyoda, Tokyo Prefecture, 102-0084, Japan