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Nine Hours Akasaka

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"There are multiple locations of this franchise of capsule hotels. We did not stay in one as it made little sense as a couple, but cool if you want to try it out! You can also rent it for day use - we almost considered doing it for a 2-hour nap in the late afternoon when we were jetlagged ahead of dinner but didn't want to head back to our hotel."
"9hours has many locations around Japan and is a very reputable capsule hotel. It has a 24-hour front desk. A comfortable bed and pod that comes with a sleep report. This 9hour in Akasaka is conveniently located, with a lot of food options nearby, and comes with a sleep report."
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"Separate female and male pods available! Attractively situated in the central of Tokyo, nine hours Akasaka sleep lab features continental breakfast and free WiFi. The property is close to several well-known attractions! "

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A hotel room with an epilepsy warning? An omakase course of tea-based cocktails? I can't say for sure these are hidden gems, but after months of seeing everyone and their moms go to Japan since COVID reopening, I can say these were some of my favorite spots that I seldom saw people visit. Hi! I'm a Brooklyn-based tech journalist-turned-corporate comms editor. Early in my career I spent a stint as a luxury travel planner and writer specializing in Asia, and if I can toot my own horn, I'm often the friend everyone says "wth Natt, how do you find all these cool spots, drop that itin." (Fine, they don't say it like that, but you get the point). Travel planning is a great hobby for me, and I am writing this as both a journal to remember my trip by and to share with friends, hence the overly familiar tone you might find below. If you discovered this on the Thatch platform, consider giving my guide a shot and hopefully you'll find it useful for an adventuresome visit to Japan! This guide includes: ✈️ Pre and post-arrival pro-tips πŸ›Œ Hotel, restaurant, and activity suggestions with some personal anecdotes (we vetted any Instagram vs realities!) πŸ“ Resources, databases, and things to make your journey more efficient and economical It is not: πŸ“† A list of daily itineraries ❓ "Beginner's guide to Japan" i.e. how to book JR trains, basic etiquettes, how to transfer from airport to city πŸ” The absolute best of the bests - opinions here totally my own
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