Hotels and Ryokan we like in Japan

Smart home, smart business, IoT (Internet of Things) technology and now smart hotel.
and factory Co. Ltd and BIJ Inc. from Tokyo, will open early August a smart hostel “& AND HOSTEL” in Fukuoka City, known as the “Knowledge-Creating City” or “Startup City”.
In order to promote the understanding support for this project, they started to conduct a crowdfunding on “Makuake“. &AND HOSTEL Japan first advanced IoT smart-hotel
Under the companies cooperation, the rooms and dining cafe will offer advanced connectivity of devices, systems, and services, like Check-in/check-out of course, air conditioning management, tourist information, In-room automation and control or smart lighting control.
The hotel will be situated 2-minutes walk from the Nakasu-Kawabata Station on the Hakozaki line.
The dormitory room will be at ‎¥‎2.800, when the double room ‎¥‎8.000 and finally the IoT Room ‎¥9.500.

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The capsule hotels (カ プ セ ル ホ テ ル, kapuseruhoteru) are part of the fantasy of many tourists traveling to Japan. They have the particularity to fully optimize the space occupied and the rooms are therefore limited to a single cabin bed. The Capsule Inn Osaka, designed by Kisho Kurokawa and located in the Umeda district of Osaka, was the first capsule hotel. It opened on 1 February 1979.
In this space there is all you need: a single bed, storage space, a lamp and a TV. Showers and changing rooms are collective. If the place looks very confined, for the claustrophobic, know there is space to move, or even sit down, it’s not a coffin. These “dormitories” rarely welcome the ladies. If this is the case, women and men will be separated. Finally, note that the capsules are only for one person.
Here is a list of some of the coolest ones in Japan.

Nestled amid scenic hot springs in the mountains, Nishiyama Onsen Keiunkan hotel in Hayakawa – Yamanashi Prefecture is recognized as the oldest hotel in the world. Originally established in 705, the traditional “onsen” was opened over 1,300 years ago and has always been managed by the same family and welcomed many distinguished guests as the shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu, samurais and now tourists from around the world.
Although the hotel has been renovated in 1997, it remains traditional. It is known for its hot springs and has six baths fed by four sources.
Night starts at ¥ 34,720, which includes a kaiseki (gourmet dinner) and breakfast.

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