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1 room, 2 adults

nine hours Akasaka

2.5-star2.5 stars
4-3-14 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Tokyo, 107-0052, Japan

City centre capsule hotel within easy reach of Tokyo Midtown
  • Free WiFi
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  • Slept very well using ear plugs and an eye mask Mattress very thinJun 15, 2019
  • Everything's fine except the payment method of hotel you need to pay separately on each…May 29, 2019

nine hours Akasaka

from £49
  • Sleeping Pod for Male Guest
  • Sleeping Pod for Female Guest
  • Special Offer - Sleeping Pod for Male Guest
  • Special Offer - Sleeping Pod for Female Guest
  • Two Sleeping Pods for Male Guests
  • Two Sleeping Pods for Female Guests
  • Special Offer - Two Sleeping Pods for Male Guests
  • Special Offer - Two Sleeping Pods for Female Guests

What’s around nine hours Akasaka


  • In Akasaka
  • Tokyo Midtown (15-minute walk)
  • Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden (33-minute walk)
  • Tokyo Imperial Palace (36-minute walk)
  • Tokyo International Forum (40-minute walk)
  • Nippon Budokan (43-minute walk)
  • Roppongi Hills (25-minute walk)
  • Meiji Jingu Stadium (28-minute walk)

Getting around

  • Tokyo (NRT-Narita Intl.) 50-min drive
  • Tokyo (HND-Haneda) 17-min drive
  • Yotsuya Station 21-min walk
  • Shinanomachi Station 26-min walk
  • Ichigaya Station 29-min walk
  • Akasaka Station 7-min walk
  • Akasaka-Mitsuke Station 7-min walk
  • Tameike-sanno Station 9-min walk

At a glance

Key facts


  • 168 rooms


  • Check-in time 2:00 PM-5:30 AM
  • Check-out time is 10 AM
For more details, please contact the property using the information on the booking confirmation. All guests are required to vacate their rooms from 10 AM to 1 PM every day for housekeeping service.

Required at check-in

  • Credit card, debit card or cash deposit required for incidental charges

  • Government-issued photo ID required

Travelling with others


  • Children (6 years old and younger) are not allowed

  • No cots (infant beds)


  • Pets not allowed (service animals welcome)


  • Free WiFi in public areas

  • Free WiFi in rooms



  • No parking

Payment types at the property

  • Cash

Other information

  • Smoke-free property
* See small print for additional details or extra charges

In the hotel

Food and drink
  • Continental breakfast on weekdays (surcharge)
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Luggage storage
  • Year Built – 2018
  • Lift
Languages Spoken
  • English

In the room

Home comforts
  • Air conditioning
  • Bathrobes
  • Slippers
Freshen up
  • Shared bathroom
  • Shower only
  • Free toiletries
  • Hair dryer
Stay connected
  • Free WiFi
  • Daily housekeeping

nine hours Akasaka’s small print

Also known as

  • nine hours Akasaka Tokyo
  • nine hours Akasaka Capsule Hotel Tokyo
  • nine hours Akasaka Capsule Hotel
  • nine hours Akasaka Capsule Hotel Tokyo
  • nine hours Akasaka Tokyo
  • nine hours Akasaka Capsule Hotel


The Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare requires all international visitors to submit their passport number and nationality when registering at any lodging facility (inns, hotels, motels etc. ). Additionally, lodging proprietors are required to photocopy passports for all registering guests and keep the photocopy on file.

Please note that cultural norms and guest policies may differ by country and by property. The policies listed are provided by the property.

Mandatory fees

You’ll be asked to pay the following charges at check-in or check-out:

  • A tax is imposed by the city and may be collected at the property. The amount varies based on factors such as length of stay, property classification and room price. Other exemptions or reductions might apply. For more details, please contact the property using the information on the reservation confirmation received after booking.
  • A tax is imposed by the city: JPY 200 per person, per night

Optional extras

Continental breakfast is offered for an extra charge of JPY 400 per person (approximately)

We have included all charges provided to us by this property. However, charges can vary, for example, based on length of stay or the unit you book.

Recent reviews

Very good 8.2 From 488 reviews

Exceptional 10.0
Great value
Was really great. Clean, great value, great location.
Drew, gb1 night trip
Very good 8.0
Very good capsule hotel. The check out check in every day isn’t great if you’re staying multiple nights and like a lie in but the process itself is very easy.
Michael, gb2 night trip
Exceptional 10.0
Safe and fantastic for solo traveller
This is a fantastic place. It is a new hostel like accommodation in a safe and convenient location; close to many restaurants, cafes, convenience stores, BIC Camera shop (for your Japan mobile phone data sim) and about a 5-10 minute walk to two train stations. Great price for the solo traveller. Separate male and female accommodation. The facilities are good; comes with your own locker, slippers and wash bag (toothbrush, tooth paste, towel). The bedding in the capsule is clean and relatively comfortable. Like your locker it is also lockable with your own key card. Having said that the capsule door is made of a soft material. Shared bathroom facilities are clean. The only downside is you have to check-in and check-out each day even though you may have booked for more than one night. Otherwise I enjoyed and would recommend this place especially for the solo traveller.
gb2 night family trip
Exceptional 10.0
Great value, but don’t expect a hotel
Had an unexpectedly good stay here, and I’d definitely consider staying here again. Great value for a clean and secure place to shower and sleep, but definitely know what to expect first (and don’t expect a hotel!). I wouldn’t recommend it for everyone, but it’s a decent option for solo or light travelers who just need a place to sleep. Or, stay for your first night in the city (ie. before doing any shopping!) just for the novelty :) Some things to know: - have to check in/out each day, and your locker is basically inaccessible in between (no worries if you’re out the whole day anyways) - locker is tall but there’s only enough floor space for a carry-on luggage (larger luggage can be stored at reception) - locker area is small, it’s hard to navigate/pack/unpack when everyone else is trying to do the same. During my stay 8pm was busy but pretty quiet after 9:30pm so you have more space. 9-9:30am is busy too since everyone’s getting ready to check out at 10am. - no ‘real’ common area, so it’s great if you just want a space to shower and sleep at the end of the day. Not a place to chat with your travel buddy. - sleep pods surprisingly spacious (I’m ~155 cm and can sit up and roll around with room to spare). But it does get stuffy sleeping with the privacy screen down and the PJs that they provided. I ended up sleeping in a tank top. - locker and bathroom areas really clean given the amount of traffic going in and out! Staff members clean the area quite frequently.
ca3 night trip
Exceptional 10.0
Home away from Home
In Akasaka, Tokyo their is this little nook in a small corner that you have to walk up a slight hill towards a beautifully design cube hotel. As you walk down the ramp you may see other guest sitting idle by outside enjoy the fresh air and scenery. Maybe a curious French woman having a smoke in the smoking area. When you first walk into the hotel you’re greeted by the staff from the hotel check in desk with gallivant smiles from ear to ear. They’re very friendly and more than willing to be helpful to accommodate your luggage issues if you have more than one suitcase. As they process your check in you see a unique and beautiful Japanese women who looks to be mixed or (hafu) as they country says but isn’t mixed at all. She has a curious New Zealand or Australian accent quite pleasant to listen to. Or you may meet a man who has the eyes that can look into your soul and give you the best tasting cup of joe you could imagine. The hotel is separated by four floors, two for men and two for women. Unfortunately you cannot sleep next to your partner at night but isn’t that a good thing to not get kicked or covers pulled from you for a few nights? Think adult dorm room with better bedding and showers.
Hiroyuki, us4 night trip

nine hours Akasaka

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