Too Tiny? – This is a Room at the Nine Hours Hotel in Kyoto

This futuristic capsule hotel can be found in Kyoto, Japan. Called the Nine Hours hotel, it features state-of-the-art sleeping pods that are available for nine hours. The design of the minimalist hotel was led by Masaaki Hiromura and Takaaki Nakamura of Design Studio S.Capsule hotels are neither new nor a novelty in Japan, they’ve been around since the 70′s, providing late-night workers or people that have missed the last train a source of accommodation for the night.” – Niall

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2 thoughts on “Too Tiny? – This is a Room at the Nine Hours Hotel in Kyoto”

  1. can only imagine the toxic stuff they probably use to disinfect in between occupants – ewww

    1. Yes, probably as toxic as the crap they use in hospitals and doctor’s offices. Lysol. It’s a neurotoxin – causes brain damage. They should use steam and vinegar. Would be much healthier.

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