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Japan Capsule Hotels! – Budget Solo Travel

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I stayed at 3 different types of capsule hotels in Japan. A small, medium and large sized capsules. They were all clean, comfy and relatively cheap – Especially if you plan on traveling around Japan solo.

Capsule Hotel Astil Dotonbori, Osaka
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The Millennials Shibuya, Tokyo
http://bit.ly/2KthQbx

First Cabin Midosuji Namba, Osaka (First Class Units)
http://bit.ly/2zmj4ky

First Cabin Karasuma, Kyoto (First Class Units)
http://bit.ly/2FE1Cxw

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Comments

David Zhang says:

The prices!! Roughly $30, $80, $45 USD respectively for the ones I went to. But day of the week and location (Tokyo is expensive) are a big factor.

Kevin Cardoza says:

Literally stayed in the first one when I was in Osaka last month. It was actually pretty quiet and I slept well, although it helped that it matched up with jet lag getting the best of me so all I wanted to do was crash. As you said, it was nice but one night was enough.

Classick says:

David, I would love to see more footage of your time in Japan.

Upnomad Travel says:

Great Review!! Wish I could go to Japan one day! 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

Robert Reyes Ong says:

I've always wanted to try one of these capsule hotels!

Mr_Chukes says:

The first hotel looked like your own personal hell.

Daniel Stefan Klose says:

Did you travel alone?

daniiNL says:

Great video and editing, as always ;)!

HollywoodCharityAuction.com says:

Great comparison. Thank you.

JesusGreen says:

I've always been a fan of small cosy spaces, so I feel like I'd actually especially really like the first two. I think my only complaint would be the curtain doors most of these have. Don't think I'd feel like I had any privacy without the ability to lock a door (and a solid one at that). Still would definitely give one of these a go just for the experience though.

Chris Mays says:

David, did all three have a lack of air flow or was it just the first one? Very interesting video.

aji yra says:

I literally started panicking when he tried to stand up in the small capsule. Omg I would die

nonillion says:

Jesus Christ, the blue light on that first rooms TV.

varun chowdary says:

miss ur videos bro uploaded a bit regularl

XClann says:

How are the restrooms for each of these? Are they just regular public restrooms in the lobby, but with a shower etc?

Spud E. Buddy says:

I'd love to see your footage from around the city to experience more of what Japan is like. It doesn't all have to be about tech 🙂

Kieran Sheldonkelleher says:

That looks nice and cozy.

nexus 7admin Tablet says:

Bigger guy's beware – I was in Japan two years ago and because I'm 225 lbs, I found I had to make sure anyplace I stayed had an actual mattress rather than a 1" futon in some places that felt like I was basically sleeping on a blanket on the floor.

Billy Cheung says:

Nice video!

Pyridius says:

So the biggest one is only $15 more than the smallest one? That's crazy!

lucio delgado says:

Wow! Amazing1 Japan is on my Bucking List.

WushuSinned says:

Hey David this is unrelated to this video, but would you be reviewing the Secretlab chair?

https://secretlab.co/collections

GlacierXD says:

Everything is just super clean, that’s what I love about Japan.

Hotsaucedeluxe says:

Great video. Unfortunately, i'm a fancy boy and require my own bathroom.

Paul Rajkhowa says:

So soothing!!

xjAlbert says:

Thanks for this informative review! Great to learn about capsule facilities with larger units ʕ •́؈•̀

Frankie Repalda says:

How was it…I hope that you can visit Hawaii and go barefoot everywhere I go

Eric Fling says:

Why no mention of prices? Even a range, I would have no idea how much any of those would cost.

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