Very clean and centrally located property! So convenient location-wise because it is just a few minutes away from JR Kannai station. I actually slept well in the men's dorm. Each cabin even has a small TV! The dining/common area is also spacious, with so many sockets if you choose to charge devices there. I will definitely stay here again!
I stayed 2 nights in this hostel. It was well located, and must be quite new as it was clean, fresh and well finished. The wifi worked well and the check in staff were helpful. However, some cons to consider. There men’s dorm has around at least 80 people in the big men’s dorm. I found this difficult to sleep, and not ideal when trying to change etc. They had poor/unsafe luggage storage facilities. They close the dorm and all showering facilities between 10am and 4pm. I wanted a shower at this time and was told no, very frustrating. The showers are a ‘different’ experience for a westerner. You share a little shower room with around 10 other people. Worth considering before booking. The mattress was quite thin.
Good location Clean Tv in capsule and locker inside capsule Showers good Only issue is the noise. People rustling in bags all night, u can hear everything and its hard to sleep Mattress hard Staff friendly
It was a great capsule hotel experience. You get to hang out in the lounge, sleep, and take showers with all other travelers. No, not like that. I would recommend this for anyone younger doing a day trip in Yokohama on a budget. Do some work, rest, take a shower and go. Pros + Everything looked new and clean + Internet is FAST! I think a solid 100mbps + Fun. Feels like college, everyone hangs out in the lounge on their laptop while eating cup noodles or snack. + Cheap! Like $30-40/night + Great location. Close to the train station. You can walk to Minato Mirai and A lot of business lunch sets available within walking distance Cons - Mattress was too thin. I eventually asked for another mattress to just stack on top, but they could only provide more blanket. - The noise. BRING GOOD EAR PLUGS. I'm a light sleeper so I slept after the last person and woke up with the first person (maybe 12am-5am. People pack, people snore, people talk in their sleep. Then there are the travelers that are jetlagged and think it's ok to just chat at anytime. I once woke up at around 3am to a "pssst Josh! pssst Josh!!! What?!" the psst doesn't really help when we're all separated by a thin curtain. - Luggage has to be checked in at the front - it was inconvenient to grab my change of clothes for the next day at the front desk. - Mandatory leave - You have to be out of your bed from 10am-4pm. You can use their lounge though. Note o You share the bathroom/shower with everyone else. It's not so bad since no one cares, but it's a little uneasy at first o The experienced business people just come with one bag. They sleep, take a shower and leave. If you see a lot of luggages checked in at the front, it's bad news. Make sure to grab ear plugs and something to knock yourself out.…
This is my first time to stay like capsule dorm in Japan. It's very worth for the price which is not too high, around not over 200 yen per night. This is beyond my expectation. The rooms are cleaned and tidied every morning around 10 a.m. There're 6 toilets and 3 bathrooms inside. Separately dorm rooms for male and female. Access by key card. There's a locker to put our shoes. We're not allowed to wear shoes inside the place. Breakfast may have few things but it's such a good normal Simply Japanese meal. All staffs are nice. Y's Cabin will be my first choice if I go to Japan.