Episode #118Unique Hotels & Unique Experiences

Japan's high-tech hotels are more than just for sleeping.
This time, we're introducing you to hotels that will make your stay an entertainment experience like none other!

We also feature a charismatic university student who runs a hotel popular with the youth, as well as a woman whose hobby is spending weekdays at hotels.
The two of them share their love for hotels.

And in the studio, a hotel critic will go in-depth on the latest hotel news and information.
February 14, Fri. 0:30 / 6:30 / 13:30
Shooting Locations
  • hotel koe tokyo

    hotel koe tokyo This apparel brand-produced hotel contains a cafe, apparel shop, and hotel in a single location. Guests can experience a mix of traditional and new culture curated by the apparel brand. Place: Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

  • Theater Zzz

    Theater Zzz A hostel that is described as "a movie theater where you can stay the night." Every night, guests enjoy a feature film while they drift away to sleep in their tents. Each movie is chosen by hostel staff to fit each group of viewers as best as possible. Place: Ishiwara, Sumida-ku, Tokyo


    HAMACHO HOTEL TOKYO A hotel in a local Tokyo area selected by a woman whose hobby is staying at hotels. From the exterior to the guest rooms, the hotel is designed using the keywords "homemade," "Japanese," and "modernism." Place: Nihonbashi Hamacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo


    THE RYOKAN TOKYO YUGAWARA This hotel was produced by a university student. Younger guests love the choice of different unique hotel plans, such as the "Writer's Plan." Place: Yugawara-machi, Ashigara Shimogun, Kanagawa

Tokyo Photobook
  • eripon

    eripon A housewife that showed off her colorful and energetic fashion made with second-hand clothes from the US and Europe.

Kawaii Tutorial
  • The Rose Pin

    The Rose Pin
    Shiori Fujikawa
    Shiori teaches how to make a colorful rose pin using the tsumami technique.

    A handicraft artist who specializes in various sewing techniques, including tsumami, embroidery, and wool felt craft.

  • Nobuaki Takizawa

    Nobuaki Takizawa A hotel critic who has stayed in about 2,000 rooms, from luxury hotels to guesthouses. His style is to write reviews from the perspective of the customer.

To our viewers:

Dear viewers, neither the program nor this page endorse any of the presented products or stores. Regarding the properties of products or services, restrictions on use and contents or conditions of contracts, please inquire directly to each maker or company. Moreover, please note that the reported information is valid as of February 2020.

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