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3 Best Capsule Hotels for Women in Tokyo - Ideal for Solo Travelers!

3 Best Capsule Hotels for Women in Tokyo - Ideal for Solo Travelers!

Date published: 12 July 2019
Last updated: 19 October 2020

Once considered a “men’s only” establishment, an increasing number of capsule hotels for women in Tokyo have been opening. These compact places to stay have a distinct feature: they have been designed with the female traveler in mind.

We’ve compiled a list of the three top capsule hotels for women traveling solo!

Table of Contents
  1. 1. 9h Nine Hours Narita Airport
  2. 2. Nadeshiko Hotel Shibuya
  3. 3. GRIDS Akihabara

1. 9h Nine Hours Narita Airport

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If you want, you can experience a capsule hotel for women as soon as you arrive in Japan! The Nine Hours capsule hotel chain offers separate accommodations for women and men right on the premises of Narita International Airport at Terminal 2. Lockers, a shower, and sleep clothes are included in the price of a stay or nap. Travelers may also want to take advantage of their shower rentals.

This is a great option for those with late night or early morning arrivals, as well as anyone wanting to just take a rest before their next leg of travel.

Stay: 4,900 yen or more per person
Check in: 12:00 p.m. Check out: 10;00 a.m.

Nap: 1,500 yen
Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Shower only: 1,000 yen
Hours: 24 hours a day

2. Nadeshiko Hotel Shibuya

2. Nadeshiko Hotel Shibuya

Nadeshiko Hotel, approximately 10 minutes away from Shibuya, is a cozy and relaxing capsule hotel for women only.

Guests can enjoy a public bath with amenities, a tatami lounge, a yukata for room wear, private lockers, and Wi-Fi, along with coffee, tea, and snacks for free! Nadeshiko Hotel even offers a kimono rental and photo studio for interested guests who order in advance (5500 yen), and all the staff there can speak English so you don’t have to worry about anything!

This hotel has been designed for the maximum comfort of the women who stay there, and is conveniently located a short train ride away from some of Tokyo’s most popular districts!

7,700 yen or more per person
The rate depends according to the season.
Check in: 17:00 p.m. Check out: 10:00 a.m.

  • Nadeshiko Hotel Shibuya
    なでしこホテル 渋谷
    • Address 10-5 Shinsen-cho Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0045
    • Phone Number 03-5489-3667

3. GRIDS Akihabara

3. GRIDS Akihabara

Located in the so-called “Electric Town” and anime haven of Akihabara, GRIDS might just be the perfect choice for the female otaku! GRIDS is a combination hotel and hostel, with a variety of options including bunk and single bed dormitories and private family rooms, double rooms, and deluxe rooms.

There is one women-only “Bunk Bed in Dormitory Room” floor, and three floors designated for men. Visitors wanting to experience a ryokan-style (traditional Japanese inn) room can stay in the Private Japanese Room featuring a tatami mat and futon alongside the modern comforts of a TV, and private refrigerator, toilet, and shower.

3,000 yen or more per person, depending on the room.

*This information is from the time of this article's publication.
*Prices and options mentioned are subject to change.
*Unless stated otherwise, all prices include tax.

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