Tokyo Capsule Hotel Experience ★ ONLY in JAPAN

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Japan's Night Train: The Sleeper Car Adventure 寝台列車サンライズ出雲 ★ ONLY in JAPAN #32

Let's board a night train with sleeper cars from Tokyo to the Sea of Japan! This video guide will walk you through the JR Sunrise Izumo Express from Tokyo Station to Izumo. Passengers on Japan's night trains have declined so there are few night trains left in Japan. This is the only daily one from Tokyo. Notes: ★ Shower tickets – buy them as soon as you board. Limited number available. There's a vending machine. 320 yen for 6 minutes. *Bring your own towel. ★ No food on board. Buy your own breakfast, snacks, beer BEFORE you board. There is a softdrink vending machine but the prices are high. ★ JR Rail Pass is okay for this sleeper train but only for the Nobinobi Zaseki (のびのび座席) flat area. There are upgrade charges for compartments / cabins. Make a reservation at a JR ticket office. It's best to do this as early as possible esp on the weekends and holiday. Sunrise Izumo Schedule / サンライズ出雲 時刻表 : ▶︎ 22:00 Depart Tokyo 東京 ▶︎ 22:23 Yokohama横浜 ▶︎ 23:53 Fuji 富士 ▶︎ 00:19 Hamamatsu 浜松 (Next day) ▶︎ 05:25 Himeji 姫路 ▶︎ 06:27 Okayama 岡山 The Train splits here. Half goes to Shikoku Island for Takamatsu, Half continues to the Sea of Japan towards Izumo. ▶︎ 09:03 Yonago 米子 ▶︎ 09:30 Matsue 松江 ▶︎ 09:58 Izumoshi 出雲市 What are the attractions of Izumo, Matsue, Yonago (San'in area)? That's easy! ☆ Izumo Taisha: One of Japan's most important shrine ☆ Izumo soba ☆ Matsue Castle ☆ Horikawa Boat Tour ☆ Yonago Castle Ruins (great view!) and Beaches ☆ Eshima Ohashi ☆ Kaike Onsen ☆ Mt. Daisen ☆ ... and loads more! So ... take a break from the super fast shinkansen and save some cash on a hotel while riding the rails. Sunrise Izumo Express all the way!! Prices: Japan Rail Pass Access to all JR Rail trains in Japan but not private lines. Unlimited travel on all JR trains! Get one. It's worth it! 7-day pass : 29,110 YEN 14-day pass : 46,390 YEN 21-day pass : 59,350 YEN http://www.japanrailpass.net/en/ The reservation for the Sunrise Izumo Express is FREE (Nobinobi Zaseki seat only). You can upgrade to a compartment by only paying the difference. Visit this page to see the prices on various compartments: http://jprail.com/trains/sort-by-type/limited-express/sunrise-izumo.html Extra fees *if you have a JR Rail Pass ★ Nobi Nobi seat : No extra charge ★ Single Deluxe : Additional fare 16,500yen (Express surcharge 3,150yen + Accommodation charge 13,350yen) ★ Single : Additional fare 10,500yen (Express surcharge 3,150yen + Accommodation charge 7,350yen) ★ Solo : Additional fare 9,450yen (Express surcharge 3,150yen + Accommodation charge 6,300yen) ★ Single Twin : Additional fare 12,320yen (Express surcharge 3,150yen + Accommodation charge 9,170yen) ★ Sunrise Twin : Additional fare 10,500yen (Express surcharge 3,150yen + Accommodation charge 7,350yen) for one person * I paid 15,500 YEN for the Nobi Nobi Sazeki only without a JR Japan Rail Pass. Sunrise Izumo Train layout: https://www.jr-odekake.net/train/sunriseseto_izumo/seat.html (Japanese only) Sunrise Izumo route map: https://www.jr-odekake.net/train/sunriseseto_izumo/section.html (Japanese only) Credits and Thank You: Music Teknoaxe THANK YOU for your amazing music!! https://www.youtube.com/user/teknoaxe Ross Bugden for ♩♫ Happy and Inspiring Music ♪♬ This song at the end of this episode really inspired me. Thank you!! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQKGLOK2FqmVgVwYferltKQ/featured Special thank you to the Utsunomiya and Sugihara families! Thank you to the Yonago Tourist Office for their help driving me around. URL: http://www.yonago-navi.jp/en/ This show has been created and produced by John Daub ジョン・ドーブ. He's been living and working in Japan for over 18 years and regularly reports on TV for Japan's International Channel.

Japanese Vending Machines Exposed ★ ONLY in JAPAN #03 日本の自動販売機

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A real life capsule to sleep in. Cool!
This is one of the most "ONLY in JAPAN" experiences possible — staying in a capsule hotel in a Japanese city. It’s cheap and convenient but why do people actually stay here? Is it ... you know ... big enough?
In this episode, John Daub and Masahito Kawahata head to the Shinjuku Kuyakusho-mae Capsule Hotel in Kabukicho to find out.

Japan’s Capsule Hotels are more than cheap places to crash.
This type of hotel is distinctively Japanese in style, cramming in as much as possible into a tiny space to make a comfortable experience, but can a guest really be comfortable in one?
More and more foreign tourists to Japan want to give it a try! How small are these capsule? How much is a night? What are the rules?
Is it worth it?

Miss your last train?
Work too late?
Argument with your husband or wife and need a place to crash? Those might be the normal reasons why Japanese salarymen spend the night at a capsule hotel.
For foreign tourists it’s a chance to experience a unique style of hotel that seems more like spending a night at the morgue.
Before you pass judgement on capsule hotels, some things about them may surprise you!

What can you find at the capsule hotel?
Here’s a list:

Capsules
Lockers
Restaurant (Open 18:00~24:00)
Community Room
Vending machines
Laundry machines
Fast and free WIFI
English speaking staff
Women’s only floor
Japanese-style bath and sauna
Close to Shinjuku Station, bars, Golden Gai and Robot Restaurant

URL: http://capsuleinn.com/shinjuku/en/
Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/j1Ll3

Thank you PIRATES OF TOKYO BAY for the support!
POTB is a comedy group in Tokyo performing in English and you can catch their performances in the city.
Masahito Kawahata is one of their talented bilingual comedians.
Check out their website for locations and times:

More about accommodations in Japan - Ryokan, Tradition Japanese Inns! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VHVZtf8vdeE

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/tokyoimprov
URL: http://piratesoftokyobay.com

This show has been created and produced by John Daub ジョン・ドーブ. He's been living and working in Japan for over 16 years and regularly reports on a TV show for Japan's International Channel.

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