Women travelers who want to stay at capsule hotel can now feel safe, thanks to the idea of being only around women! Now you can try staying at the new women-only capsule hotel which has just opened in early April 2016. Located in the heart of Shibuya, Nadeshiko Hotel Shibuya is specially targeted to women travelers who are visiting the Land of the Rising Sun.
Capsule hotels are one type of the distinctive hotels in Japan which attract tourists. It is a practical idea as there are people who are seeking a nice, simple and cheap stay. The capsule hotel can be a popular place to stay in for the night if one misses the last train. Being that the majority of the customers are men, most of the capsule hotels are designated for men only.
Thus, women may feel left out of getting the opportunity to stay at a unique capsule hotel. Seeing that there is this gap in the market, a ladies-only capsule hotel, Centurion Cabin and Spa, was opened in Tokyo in March 2015. The capsule hotel for women was met with good reviews on Trip Advisor. Following the trend came the newly opened capsule hotel for women, Nadeshiko Hotel Shibuya.
Being that the hotel is targeted toward travelers; the hotel offers support in English as well, so it should be easier for English-speaking tourists to communicate with the hotel staff despite not knowing Japanese. The public bath is free and features a beautiful painting of Mount Fuji. There are also hot showers available if you prefer not to use the public bath. In addition, customers can enjoy having photos of them wearing kimono taken. Like most hotels in Japan, free WiFi access is also included.
As Shibuya is a major tourist area, the hotel is located in a strategic location! It only takes about 4 minutes to walk to the hotel from Shinsen station.