5 Best Capsule Hotels In Akasaka, Japan - Updated 2024

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Akasaka is one of Tokyo’s bustling neighborhoods, attracting visitors with its unique mix of high-end shopping spots, entertainment options, and cultural landmarks. Start your journey by shopping at Tokyu Plaza Akasaka and Tokyo Midtown shopping area. In this neighborhood, you can also find the Akasaka Palace, built in a Neo-Baroque style contrasting the traditional architecture of palaces and shrines in Japan. Furthermore, Akasaka houses Hie Shrine, one of Tokyo’s most visited shrines that features several red torii gates. Those who seek more knowledge of Shinto traditions can also visit Akasaka Hikawa Shrine.

If you’re planning a low-cost trip around Akasaka, there’s no better accommodation than unique capsule hotels. For great options, scroll down to learn about the best capsule hotels in Akasaka, Japan.

We handpicked these listings carefully, considering (wherever possible) Superhost status, recent guest reviews, location, accommodation type, prices, availability of dates, decor, and amenities. The image galleries get refreshed with the latest updates regularly. They were last updated on April 14, 2024.

1. Nine Hours Akasaka (from USD 56)

Nine Hours Akasaka features contemporary capsule accommodations with air conditioning and free Wi-Fi. It is an excellent choice for solo travelers or groups looking for a cheap alternative for an overnight stay in Tokyo. Nine Hours also offers the “9h sleep fitscan” service to analyze and measure the quality of sleep and breathing patterns of guests. You can get a detailed sleep report by the end of your stay. A clean shared bathroom with showers and toiletries is also available on the premises.

The property is a three-minute walk from Akasaka Station, allowing guests to easily navigate neighboring areas without hassle.

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9h nine hours Akasaka sleep lab

Wifi Available

Address: Minato-ku Akasaka 4-3-14
444 meters (0.3 ft) from Hie Shrine

24-HOUR FRONT DESK Non-smoking rooms Internet services Lift Luggage storage WiFi Available Free WiFi Non-smoking throughout

2. First Cabin Akasaka (from USD 65)

If you’re looking for an affordable pod with a luxurious aesthetic, book a stay at First Cabin Akasaka. This compact hotel offers two types of cabins: first class and business class. All units feature access to a large public bath, shower booth, and powder room to ensure convenience. Select areas have saunas for added relaxation. Also, note that female and male guests are assigned to separate spaces on the property.

Furthermore, the hotel is within a few steps from Akasaka Station, so you can easily explore the city.

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First Cabin Akasaka

Address: Minato-ku Akasaka 3-13-7
292 meters (0.2 ft) from Hie Shrine

Bar 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Non-smoking rooms Laundry Lift Safety deposit box Spa and wellness centre Heating

Other accommodations with bunk beds in Akasaka, Japan

3. Akasaka The Hostel (from USD 34)

Akasaka The Hostel offers comfortable dormitories with small rooms enclosed by curtains and equipped with single beds. Each room also has a power outlet and towels. A toothbrush set is provided too. Guests have access to appliances such as a coffee maker and microwave oven in the common area. The hostel has a shared bathroom for guests.

Additionally, the property has a spacious private room where guests can keep their luggage. The hostel is also just a one-minute walk from Akasaka Station.

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Akasaka The Hostel

Wifi Available

Address: 港区赤坂2-13-21 関根ビル4階
261 meters (0.2 ft) from Hie Shrine

Internet services Lift Heating Luggage storage WiFi Available Free WiFi Non-smoking throughout Air conditioning

4. Akasakano-sato (Premium) (from USD 57)

Akasakano-sato Premium provides guests with cozy rooms with complimentary Wi-Fi. Each room has a private bathroom with a shower, which allows guests to have some privacy. Free toiletries are also provided. If you’re coming as a group, you have the option to select any of the family rooms, which consist of two bunk beds. Twin and triple rooms are available too!

Akasaka Station is within a short three-minute walk from the property. Furthermore, it is also only 600 m (1,968.50 ft) from Akasaka Hikawa Park.

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Wifi Available

Address: Minato-ku Akasaka 4-3-13
425 meters (0.3 ft) from Hie Shrine

Non-smoking rooms Family rooms Internet services Heating Luggage storage WiFi Available Free WiFi Non-smoking throughout

5. Centurion Hotel Residential Akasaka Station (from USD 124)

Centurion Hotel Residential Akasaka Station provides safe and affordable accommodations for solo travelers, couples, and families. It offers spacious rooms with bathrooms and free toiletries. All rooms also have complimentary Wi-Fi and air conditioning. Select rooms have a balcony, ideal for guests who want to enjoy the fresh air. The hotel also provides essential amenities, including a kitchenette, and you can rent the appliances for a certain charge. A vending machine is also available.

In addition, the property is only a three-minute walk from Akasaka Station, allowing guests to visit neighboring areas such as Shibuya City.

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Centurion Hotel Residential Akasaka Station

Wifi Available

Address: Minato-ku Akasaka 3-12-3
200 meters (0.2 ft) from Hie Shrine

Non-smoking rooms Dry cleaning Family rooms Internet services Lift Massage Heating Luggage storage

Enjoy a unique stay in a capsule hotel

Instead of staying at overpriced hotels, why not consider staying at an affordable capsule hotel? Japan offers plenty of stay options, especially in the vibrant neighborhood of Akasaka. So choose any of the accommodations mentioned above for your visit to Akasaka, Japan.

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