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A Cozy Stay at 9h Nine Hours in Asakusa

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24. January. 2020

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9h nine hours is a Japanese capsule hotel chain with 13 locations across the country. The name comes from the time spent on the three primary elements of a complete stay: one hour for showering, seven hours for sleeping, and one hour for getting ready. 9h has a minimalistic style that’s free from unnecessary decorations. The Asakusa location’s modern exterior is meant to represent the changing faces of the shopping district of the post-Edo period Asakusa, featuring 14 roofs of varying shapes, colors, and styles. In this article, we’ll cover the main points for a comfortable stay at 9h.

A Cozy Stay at 9h Nine Hours in Asakusa

Index

  • 9h nine hours Asakusa
  • Check-in and Luggage Storage
  • Special Features of Capsule Rooms
  • Sinks and Showers
  • Breakfast at Fuglen, One of Only Three Locations Worldwide
  • The Perfect Location in Asakusa
  • At the End of the Day

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