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nine hours Kamata

2.5-star2.5 stars
5-24-4 Kamata, Tokyo, Tokyo, 144-0052, Japan

Convenient to Tokyo Bay
  • Free WiFi
  • Collect nightsYou can collect™ Rewards nights here
  • It was amazing. I recommend though that they add some free coffee and tea in the morning…Nov 27, 2018
  • We wanted to try a capsule hotel and this one had good reviews and was conveniently near…Jan 10, 2020

nine hours Kamata

from €48
  • Sleeping Pod for Male Guests
  • Sleeping Pod for Female Guests
  • Special Offer - Sleeping Pod for Male Guests
  • Special Offer - Sleeping Pod for Female Guests
  • Two Sleeping Pod for Male Guests
  • Two Sleeping Pod for Female Guests
  • Special Offer - Two Sleeping Pod for Male Guests
  • Special Offer - Two Sleeping Pod for Female Guests

What’s around nine hours Kamata


  • In Kamata
  • Tokyo Bay - 22 min walk
  • Shinagawa Aquarium - 2.6 mi / 4.2 km
  • Tokyo Institute of Technology - 5 mi / 8 km
  • Sengakuji Temple - 6 mi / 9.7 km
  • Keio University - 7.8 mi / 12.6 km
  • LEGOLAND Discovery Center Tokyo - 8.3 mi / 13.4 km
  • Joypolis - 8.3 mi / 13.4 km

Getting around

  • Tokyo (NRT-Narita Intl.) - 72 min drive
  • Tokyo (HND-Haneda) - 23 min drive
  • Keikyu Kamata Station - 5 min walk
  • Kamata Station - 5 min walk
  • Hasunuma Station - 14 min walk

At a glance

Key facts


  • 147 rooms


  • Check-in time 1 PM-5:30 AM
  • Check-out time is 10 AM
All guests are required to vacate their rooms from 10 AM to 1 PM every day for housekeeping service. For more details, please contact the property using the number provided on the booking confirmation email.

Required at check-in

  • Credit card, debit card, or cash deposit required for incidental charges

  • Government-issued photo ID required

Travelling with others


  • Children (6 years old and younger) not allowed

  • No cribs (infant beds)


  • Pets not allowed (service animals welcome)


  • Free WiFi in public areas

  • Free WiFi in rooms



  • No parking

Payment types at the property

Other information

  • Smoke-free property
* See small print for additional details or extra charges

In the hotel

  • 24-hour front desk
  • Luggage storage
  • Elevator
  • Accessible bathroom
Languages Spoken
  • English
  • Japanese

In the room

Home comforts
  • Air conditioning
  • Slippers
Freshen up
  • Shared bathroom
  • Shower only
  • Free toiletries
  • Hair dryer
Stay connected
  • Free WiFi
  • Daily housekeeping

nine hours Kamata’s small print

Also known as

  • nine hours Kamata Hotel
  • nine hours Kamata Capsule Hotel
  • nine hours Kamata Capsule Hotel Tokyo
  • nine hours Hotel
  • Nine Hours Kamata Tokyo
  • nine hours Kamata Tokyo


The Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare requires all international visitors to submit their passport number and nationality when registering at any lodging facility (inns, hotels, motels, etc. ). Additionally, lodging proprietors are required to photocopy passports for all registering guests and keep the photocopy on file.

Please note that cultural norms and guest policies may differ by country and by property. The policies listed are provided by the property.

Mandatory fees

You’ll be asked to pay the following charges at check-in or check-out:

  • A city tax will be collected at the property upon arrival. The city tax ranges from JPY 100-200 per person, per night based on the nightly room rate. The tax does not apply to nightly rates under JPY 10,000. For more details, please contact the property using the information on the reservation confirmation received after booking.
  • A tax is imposed by the city: From 1 October - 30 June, JPY 200 per person, per night
  • A tax is imposed by the city: From 1 July - 30 September, JPY 0 per person, per night

We have included all charges provided to us by this property. However, charges can vary, for example, based on length of stay or the unit you book.

Recent reviews

Very Good 8.4 From 637 reviews

Very Good 8.0
Great simple stay for a night!
We stayed here before flying out of Haneda airport and loved it! Very cool experience getting to stay in a pod. They provide blankets, towels, slippers, PJ's, a toothbrush, and shower supplies! The pods are pretty spacious, but you are only separated by a pull-down shade by your feet, so some light comes through the cracks, and you can hear others on your floor if they are noisy or their alarms go off. Males and females are completely separated, with only the main floor as the common area so be advised of that if traveling as a couple. They also make you check out at 10 every day and back in at 1, even if you are staying for consecutive days, so you have to pack your bags and leave them in the lobby during that time... a bit inconvenient but not terrible. All in all, this was a fun experience for a short stay!
Joshua, us2 night trip
Exceptional 10.0
Best capsule hotel I've ever stayed in!
ca1 night trip with friends
Exceptional 10.0
For the minimalists
Fast check-in, spacey and clean capsule. Minimal amenities so double check what you need or you may have to pay extra. Convenient location as well. If you are looking for a place to simply crash the night, very economical!
us1 night business trip
Exceptional 10.0
I picked this place because I had a 12 hour layover at Haneda Airport, and I needed a place to sleep nearby that wasn’t too expensive. This place was perfect. It had a 24 hour service desk, so I was able to check in after midnight. They provided slippers, pajamas, toothbrushes, and towels. They have a locker for you to put your things, and a great shower vicinity. Everything was clean and comfortable. I didn’t stay long but I could tell the location was great for an extended stay. It was right in the middle of a street filled with restaurants and little shops, and it was very close to the train station. I believe it is an excellent place to stay at a great price.
Sarah, jp1 night trip
Fair 4.0
Fire alarm went off early in the morning
it should've been a 8 to 9 rating if it is no for the fire alarm going off at around 5 o'clock in the morning for 20 minutes. In the beginning, I thought it could be a false alarm and tried to wait and see. when the sounds of steps got intense, this could indicate something serious, particularly the Kyoani fire not a remote memory. People all tried to get down from the fire escape, stair flights outside of the building but we all stuck as I only could get to the 4th floor. After about 10 minutes, a lady came to explain something in Japanese (most of people staying there are Japanese and this early in the morning probably no multi-language staff was available). I managed to walked down to the ground floor from the fire escape and realized why we could not get down further as the door on the ground floor was LOCKED!! Therefore, those people managed to get out had to go through the bars under the handrail or jump from the space about. Amazingly, no one complained but orderly checked out. I did the same, although it was much earlier than my plan for my Shinkensen to Aomori for Nebuta matsuri. when I walked my way to the JR Kamata station, I found that in fact the area is a bit like red light district as there were many call girls (or more like call ladies looking at their ages) trying to find customers from the early risers....
Tsung Tang, tw1 night trip

nine hours Kamata

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