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The First Cabin Tsukiji in Tokyo, Japan is a Japanese style pod hotel with aviation theme that houses 160 people. There are 119 male cabins and 41 female cabins. All of Tsukiji’s pods are equipped with flat screen TV’s, Wi-Fi, electric plugs, AC, house slippers, and toiletries. The hotel offers ...
'15dec30Book and Bed
Book lovers rejoice! A self-proclaimed “accommodation bookshop,” Book and Bed Tokyo is essentially a library that guests can snooze in. This affordable hostel has room for 30 guests and a selection of 1,700 books in both Japanese and English. Those looking for Japanese literature will find English translations of works ...
*Architectural wonderland* This historical building is an example of metabolism a movement in Japanese architecture that drew inspiration from how living organisms arrange themselves. Metabolists viewed society as an organism and the Nakagin Tower is one of the few remaining examples of their work. Each capsule is like a cell, ...
Opened in 1890 by Japan's aristocracy, by 1922 a nearly completed second generation Imperial Hotel building reopened with a design by the legendary American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. It contained a revolutionary floating cantilever design which allowed it to withstand the Samson-shaking earthquake of 1923 on the very day of ...
Your room is one of the largest you will find in Tokyo. And this hotel has so many suites, conference centers and ballrooms; who could resist the chance to get lost in such space-age opulence! Make sure you don’t miss The Void which is their abstract art installation. But take ...