Top 10 Capsule Hotels Near Ginza, Japan - Updated 2022

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Ginza comes from the Japanese word ‘gin’ meaning 'silver’ and 'za’ meaning 'guild,’ as this was where Japan’s silver was minted. Now one of the most famous shopping areas not just in Japan but in the entire world, Ginza has shops, art galleries, nightclubs, and cafes, to name a few. As Ginza is a popular spot, a lot of travelers stay in hotels here, a number of which are quite expensive. But, fret not - there are nearby capsule hotels where you can stay and which are easily accessible by train, taxi, and car. Fair warning though, taxi fares aren’t cheap in Japan! Read on for a list of the top capsule hotels near Ginza, Japan, where you can stay for a night or two.

1. First Cabin Shinbashi Atagoyama (from USD 31)

First Cabin Shinbashi Atagoyama is a capsule hotel with a modern vibe to it. It’s a 10-minute walk to Toranomon Station where you can take a 20-minute train ride to Ginza. It has spacious capsule rooms with a power outlet, clothes hangers, and even storage space. There’s a restaurant, on-site vending machines, coin-operated laundry machines, and separate floors for males and females. A 24-hour front desk can be found here with staff who can interact in both Japanese and English. The shared bathrooms and toilets provide free toiletries, towels, and hairdryers for use.


First Cabin Shinbashi Atagoyama

Wifi Available

Address: Minato-ku Nishishimbashi 3-10-7
Accommodates: 2

Restaurant Bar Non-smoking rooms Laundry Internet services Lift Safety deposit box Luggage storage

2. Capsule Net Grand Customer Ueno Store (from USD 18)

Capsule Net Grand Customer Ueno Store is a 3-minute walk away from Ueno Station, which means it’s a 14-minute train ride to Ginza. Via taxi or car, it’s a 12-minute ride. It provides separate floors for males and females. With a sauna, public bath, relaxation areas with comic books, shower room, laundry services, dining area, convenience store, and free WiFi, it’s a great option for guests who just want to take a break while in Japan. The staff can speak Japanese and English, so you won’t have much of a problem when staying here! They also provide free towels, pajamas, toiletries, hairdryers, and phone chargers. Tablets can be rented for free.


Gran Custama Ueno

Wifi Available

Address: 6-8-20 Ueno, Taito-ku
Accommodates: 1

24-hour front desk Sauna Non-smoking rooms Laundry Internet services Lift Heating Luggage storage

3. Nine Hours Otemachi (from USD 29)

Nine Hours Otemachi is a capsule hotel in Tokyo with a semi-futuristic feel to it. Its chic and organized layout will leave you feeling like you’ve come out of a science fiction movie. Here, only persons of the same gender can check into one room. The property is equipped with a heating system for the colder months and air conditioning for the summer. It’s non-smoking all throughout, has a shared bathroom with a hairdryer, and free WiFi! Within the capsules, a USB and charging port are provided. At their 24-hour front desk, the staff speaks both Japanese and English. Children over seven years old are welcome to stay here. To get to Ginza, walk for about 5 minutes to Takebashi Station, and from there take a 15-minute train ride.


nine hours Otemachi-Imperial Palace

Wifi Available

Address: Chiyoda-ku Kanda Nishikicho 3-11-15
Accommodates: 2

24-hour front desk Non-smoking rooms Internet services Lift Heating Luggage storage WiFi Available Free WiFi

4. Hotel Owl Tokyo Nippori (from USD 14)

Hotel Owl Tokyo Nippori is a cheap but great capsule hotel option. The interior features warm tones with touches of red, and it offers three-walled capsule rooms which have power outlets, shelves, reading lights, and luggage storage. Of course, free WiFi is available here too. From the nearby Nippori Station, it’s a 22-minute train ride to Ginza (or an 18-minute taxi or car ride away). The staff can speak English and Japanese. In the lobby, you will find a travel guide and a computer which is available to use. Nearby is a paid parking lot. Best of all, an owl named Mori sits atop the front desk, ready to greet guests!


Hotel Owl Tokyo Nippori

Wifi Available

Address: Arakawa-ku Higashi Nippori 6-59-3
Accommodates: 6

Parking Restaurant 24-hour front desk Terrace Non-smoking rooms Laundry Dry cleaning Family rooms

5. Leo Yu Capsule Hotel Nishifunabashi (from USD 20)

Leo Yu Capsule Hotel Nishifunabashi is a capsule hotel that is 25 minutes away from Ginza via car or taxi. From the nearby Nishi-Funabashi Station, it’s about a 30-minute train ride to Ginza Station. It has rooms with air conditioning, towels, and slippers. Offering a modern vibe, the interior’s neutral colors make it look chic and spotless. It also has VIP facilities for guests who opt to pay for a nicer room. With a shared bathroom catering to all your hygienic needs (toiletries are free!) and free WiFi, this place definitely provides a convenient stay for all.


LEO YU Capsule Hotel Nishifunabashi

Wifi Available

Address: Katsushikacho 2-412
Accommodates: 2

24-hour front desk Sauna Non-smoking rooms Laundry Internet services Luggage storage WiFi Available Free WiFi

6. Global Hotel Tokyo (from USD 19)

Global Hotel Tokyo is found in Shinjuku and has a modern feel to it. There is no elevator here, and the upper floors are accessible by stairs only, so if you have difficulty climbing upstairs, it’s best to check if you can book a room on a lower floor. The rooms are non-smoking and are segregated by gender. They are equipped with a socket near the bed, and guests have access to a terrace with garden views and clean bathrooms. Air conditioning and free WiFi are available. The staff can speak English, Japanese, and Korean. To go to Ginza, you can take a 20-minute taxi or car ride, or a 15-minute train ride from Shinjuku Station to Ginza Station.


The Global Hotel Tokyo

Wifi Available

Address: Shinjuku-ku, Hyakunincho 1-8-17
Accommodates: 2

24-hour front desk Garden Non-smoking rooms Laundry Internet services Express check-in/check-out Heating Luggage storage

7. Capsule Hotel Anshin Oyado Shinbashi (from USD 52)

Anshin Oyado Capsule Hotel Shinbashi is a males-only capsule hotel located just a few steps away from Shimbashi Station, which is just a short walk to Ginza. It gives off forest vibes because of its wooden interiors and the plants in almost every corner. It has non-smoking rooms and each room has outlets, headphones, TV, and free WiFi. It also has amenities such as a public sauna, an on-site cafe, laundry services, and a complimentary drink bar (with all-you-can-drink soft drinks!). If you also speak and understand a little Japanese, that’s a plus, because the staff are not as fluent in English but are willing to help in any way they can!


Capsule Hotel Anshin Oyado Shinbashi

Wifi Available

Address: Minato-ku Shinbashi 3-21-6
Accommodates: 2

24-hour front desk Sauna Non-smoking rooms Laundry Internet services Lift Safety deposit box Spa and wellness centre

8. nine hours Akasaka (from USD 25)

Nine Hours Akasaka is a capsule hotel with separate rooms for males and females. It features rooms with a minimalist design that looks beehive-like with its warm yellow lights. It’s non-smoking all throughout, has air conditioning, a shared bathroom, and luggage storage. With free WiFi and amenities such as towels, pajamas, slippers, and toothbrushes, as well as brewed coffee in the lobby, it definitely promises convenience. The 24-hour front desk has staff that can speak Japanese and English, and children over 7 years old are allowed to stay here. To get to Ginza, it’s an 18-minute train ride from Akasaka Station and a 15-minute taxi or car ride away.


nine hours Akasaka sleep lab

Wifi Available

Address: Minato-ku Akasaka 4-3-14
Accommodates: 2

24-hour front desk Non-smoking rooms Internet services Lift Luggage storage WiFi Available Free WiFi Non-smoking throughout

9. Moon Station Hotel Tokyo (from USD 309)

Moon Station Hotel Tokyo is close to Kameido Station, which is a 26-minute train ride to Ginza. Where present meets future, step inside the rocket ship-like rooms. This property has a shared bathroom, shared lounge, and, of course, free WiFi. Care to step off your rocket ship for some food? They have vending machines in the lobby, and there’s a convenience store nearby. This capsule hotel can accommodate both males and females in one room. A parking lot is available, charging 1,000 JPY (9 USD) per day. A 24-hour front desk is available with staff who can speak Japanese and English.


MOON STATION HOTEL TOKYO

Wifi Available

Address: Koto-ku Oshima 3-1-6
Accommodates: 16

Parking Restaurant Meeting/banquet facilities Bar Business centre Internet services Lift Safety deposit box

10. Hotel Tomariya Ueno (from USD 17)

Hotel Tomariya Ueno is a capsule hotel that showcases Japanese arts and culture, with wall art of geishas, sumo wrestlers, and Japanese calligraphy. Rooms are separate for males and females, and the beds are clean and comfortable. Situated near Ueno Station, it will take you a 14-minute train ride to get to Ginza, and via taxi or car, about 10 minutes. It has a shared lounge, shared bathroom, kettle and microwave, laundry services, and free WiFi and toiletries. Within each room, there is a power outlet and a clothes rack. Compared to the other capsule hotels on this list, the staff here can speak English, Japanese, and Chinese.


Hotel Tomariya Ueno

Wifi Available

Address: Taito-ku Higashiueno 4-20-4
Accommodates: 1

Non-smoking rooms Laundry Internet services Lift Heating Fax/photocopying Luggage storage WiFi Available

Capsule hotels are all around Ginza, Japan

While Ginza does have hotels travelers can stay in, they’re not exactly cheap; capsule hotels provide you a place to rest and sleep at a good price while being near one of the most famous shopping centers in the world. With the Tokyo subway allowing you to commute like a local, it has never been easier to explore and go about Tokyo and visit Ginza! Just a walking distance from subway stations, the capsule hotels on this list are definitely worth checking out, so what are you waiting for?

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