We Stayed In A Japanese Capsule Hotel

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, April 10, 2019
  • Hello! We are back (for at least this one video)! Here is our experience at a capsule hotel in Tokyo, Japan last May! We slept in small pods and ate giant gyoza, it was a ~good time~.A big thank you to the Bay Hotel in Ginza and to Amanda for helping us produce the video!You can check out the Bay Hotel here: https://www.bay-hotel.jp/ginza/eng/Don't forget to click the bell to turn on post notifications!Assistant Editor: Emily LindenTyler’s Nextbeat: https://nextbeat.co/u/tylerlwilliams Tyler's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tylerlwilli...Tyler's Twitter: https://twitter.com/williams_tyler MUSICVia Audio NetworkSFXVia AudioBlocks
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  • Tyler Williams  3 months ago

    hello!! here is a video that we filmed almost a year ago - and we finally got it out! i hope that you guys enjoy it!!

  • Robby  14 hours ago

    Tyler is so hot

  • SarahMariePardy  2 months ago

    Dude they should have these hotels everywhereeeee. Like they should have pods in the airport, man. They make a lot of sense.

  • Jimin got no jams  4 hours ago

    I agree

  • They’d be called air pods

  • cj222100  2 months ago

    I wish they had capsule hotels in the US-I mean, a private place to sleep, a tv, wifi, showers, all for $35, that would enable me to take trips way more often!

  • Lin Zoe  10 hours ago

    Not take off your shoes?! In Japan?! Yuck.

  • Mag -narwhal  4 days ago

    Yea like I go to hotels often (I go to the doctor a bit far from home) and I don't really use most of the stuff if I have my laptop I don't use the tv and I never unpack all my stugh just sits on my floor still in the bag so I'd be down for cheep pods

  • Live Louder  3 months ago

    I need that 20 minute video of Safiya in front of the vending machine. I don't know why....I just do

  • Totally agree. I’m actually interested in seeing the vending machine vlog and her taste description more than other things. Girl! Don’t listen to him and do your thing!

  • Araceli  6 days ago

    Japans vendine machines NEED a 20 minute video, LOL. I can assure you.

  • P B  8 days ago

    I feel safer to know the genders are segregated as a girl. Too many scary stories at shared hostels.

  • misteur axe  yesterday

    it can and happens a lot in regular hotels as well.

  • topple  3 days ago

    The capsules themselves induce claustrophobia for me...

  • Tippi B  3 months ago

    You know darned well we'd all watch 20 minutes of Safiya talking about peach water

  • Dont Worry  16 hours ago

    ^ Roll the footage pl0x

  • Mack Jones  3 days ago

    You right, like release the footage

  • Margaret O'Conor  1 months ago

    They should use this idea (or a similar one) in hospitals for families who need to stay with someone.

  • Erebma Dammahom  1 months ago

    That's actually not a bad idea. I had to do that with my mom when she was in the hospital several years ago. Sleeping on the hard and tiny couch next to her wasn't bad, but I definitely couldn't get any sleep on those nights lol.

  • Saladness  2 days ago

    All these people talking about claustrophobia and anxiety. I’m out here would sleep every night in these capsules instead of my big bed. I feel really comfy in small and cozy spaces

  • Jadori a  11 minutes ago

    Same big spaces aren't as comfy tbh lol

  • Plumeria  yesterday

    I would be so much more comfortable in that than a large room

  • Sarah . Just Sarah  3 months ago

    My hammer toes were being *exposed to the business men of Ginza*

  • Sarah . Just Sarah  2 months ago

    @Leighann Ott sounds oddly fetishy and sensual 😂

  • Leighann Ott  2 months ago

    Sounds like something you could get on a cheesy tourist T-shirt. 😂

  • Athina marie  13 days ago

    Did anyone else get uncomfortable about the idea of soaking their feet in the same water as other people. 😳

  • Saladness  2 days ago

    Since it can sustain its cleanliness and warmth on a chilly day outside I’d guess they have means of cleaning it. Maybe it’s just running, like new water slowly pours in while also slowly draining away

  • Austin Wiebe  6 days ago

    Guys there’s nothing to worry about that it’s right on the street and with strangers. I’ve been to Tokyo, and let me tell you it’s probably the cleanest, friendliest, and safest place I’ve ever been.