Sunday, May 17, 2020

Stay at Manga Art Hotel in Tokyo, Suitable for Japanese Comic Enthusiasts

Renting a capsule hotel in Japan is sometimes called "ordering a chest" in British travel guide books.
In fact, for Japanese people, capsule hotels mean a narrow bedroom. Therefore, some capsule hotels must emphasize how comfortable it is to sleep in their capsule room with all the facilities available.

In other words, they must guarantee you will sleep soundly at a lower price than a normal hotel.
In contrast to other lodgings, this hotel, which opened in Kanda, Tokyo, named Manga Art Hotel, even guarantees that tourists will stay up late reading manga comics .
What is this manga  hotel like  Let's find out!

The interior and exterior parts of the Manga Art Hotel.
Because foreign tourists come to enliven this hotel, Manga Art Hotel also provides bilingual reviews in Japanese and English.
For those who are not used to reading Japanese manga , there are several collections of manga in English.
However, because of the exceptional image quality, you can understand from the pictures even though in Japanese.
Manga Art Hotel in Tokyo is a palace for those who miss reading the physical version of the manga .
"We want to provide guests with an emotional and unique experience from reading paper manga ," the hotel said.
Other facilities at this 35-guest hotel include free Wi-Fi , bathrooms, in-room safes, pajamas, shoes, clothes hangers, and power outlets.
Upholding the norm of capsule hotels, guest rooms and bathrooms for male and female guests are on separate floors.

Manga Art Hotel floor plan.Of course, even if you plan to spend the night reading one or two of the more than 5,000 manga , there must be a time when you need to sleep for tomorrow's activities.

Luckily, the manga collection at this hotel can be bought too. So, you can continue reading the manga while traveling in Japan.

Manga Art Hotel is also very friendly to foreign tourists by providing an English-language website.
Reservations can be booked soon because Manga Art Hotel plans to start accepting guests around February.

Manga Art Hotel
Tokyo-to, Chiyoda-ku, Kanda Nishikicho, 1-14-13 Landpool Kanda Terrace, Lantai 4/5.
Access: The
hotel is a one-minute walk out of the Toei Shinjuku Ogawa B7 Station, Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line Awajicyo B7 Station, or Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line Shinochanomizu Station; and, seven minutes walk out of the Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line Jinbocho A9 Station.
From Narita Airport, take the train on the Keikyu Line and change trains at Higashinihombashi Station to the Toei Shinjuku Line. Then, get off at Ogawacho. This trip takes 1 hour 10 minutes.
From Haneda Airport, take the train on the Keikyu Airport Line and change trains at Higashinihomashi Station to the Toei Shinjuku Line. Then, get off at Ogawachi. This trip takes 45 minutes.

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