The first capsule hotel was designed and built in 1979 in Osaka, Japan, with the goal of “designing as little space as possible for sleeping, along with offering maximum facilities for it” by the renowned Japanese architect, Kishu Korukava. These types of hotels, which, due to their affordable price, are now of interest to other countries, also provide facilities such as high-speed internet, TV, mirror and sleeping area for their passengers; most of these small rooms also allow room and room temperature adjustment. Their passengers leave. Other services such as bathtubs, baths, saunas, jacuzzi, swimming pools, etc. are available to the general public. It should be noted that the general facilities of capsular hotels vary by hotel. These small and unique rentals can be found around the train stations of major cities. These hotels have recently become popular among foreign travelers, so that Japanese travelers looking for different experiences try to spend at least one night on their journey to these minimalist hotels. These capsules are often made of fiberglass or plastic with a width of 1.2 m, length 2 and height of 1 m. The way capsules are arranged is that two capsules ride along the corridor repeatedly. If you are not afraid of small and short spaces, be sure to stay for at least one night in these hotels during your Japanese tour.