Book and Bed Tokyo

Library accommodation
7/F of a building which is 1 minutes away from Ikebukuro station, it existed in fact. It had been a big topic even before they opened in November 2015.
“Book and Bed Tokyo” is an accommodation yet book storage. Its wonderful concept attracts young people who love to read book. They honestly mention that they don’t have comfortable mattresses, fluffy pillows nor lightweight and warm down duvets. Instead, they provide you a happiest moment that you fall asleep while you are doing something that you like so much.
It is already 2 am but you think you want to read book just a little more with heavy drooping eye lids you continue reading only to realize you have fallen asleep. That moment is what they do offer in this amazing space.
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After you go up to 7/F and ring small bell of the entrance, staff appears from small windows and gives you pin code number of the entrance door. Type number and open the door, then you will see the fantastic space pursued for ultimate conform. Lights, music and stylish wooden bookshelf make us feel so much comfortable and it’s like a space where we want to chill with coffee. Their book collections are from what we had read in childhood to a bit rare choices, you will be wondering which one you should try first.
Bed room
The symbol of BOOK AND BED TOKYO is a private bed rooms located behind the bookshelf. There are electric power outlet and book light as well, and free wifi reaches to all rooms. You will choose either of standard size room of 120cm x 200cm (10 rooms) or a slightly tighter compact room of 80cm × 200cm (2 rooms). Though the shower room and toilet are for sharing users, it’s so clean and good enough to be refreshed before reading.
The prices are quite reasonable as well. But please pay attention that…
Payment must be done by credit card (Visa・MasterCard・SAISON). Cash is unacceptable.

For one night
Price rate (Standard room) 4500 Yen ~ (Exc. tax)
(Compact room) 3500 Yen ~ (Exc. tax)
Check IN 4:00 pm Check OUT 11:00 am
Short stay
Price rate 500 Yen (Exc. tax) / Hour
1500 Yen (Exc. tax) *Free stay from 1:00 – 5:00 pm
Shower room and bed room are not available
Address 1-17-7. Lumiere buillding 7th floor. Nishi Ikebukuro. Toshima-ku. Tokyo. Japan
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Basic information of Tokyo

About Tokyo
Tokyo metropolis is a capital yet largest city in Japan. It’s consisted with 23 central city wards and multiple cities, towns and villages. The emperor and capital moved from Kyoto to Edo, which was renamed Tokyo in Meiji restoration of 1868. Nowadays Tokyo offers unlimited choices of shopping, sightseeing spots, entertainment, culture and dining to its visitors. And also may of attractive green spaces are offered in the city, loved by people as places of relaxation.
Weather of Tokyo
The average temperature: 15.4°C
The average annual rainfall: 1,528.8mm
The highest temperature: 30.8°C (August)
The Lowest temperature: 0.9°C (January)
*Investigation: 1981 – 2010
Weather of Fukuoka
Rainy season of Tokyo
Rainy season in Tokyo starts on 5th – 10th June and end on 15th -20th July.
Official rainy season ends at the end of July. But as you see the graph of precipitation, it rain much until October. But it does not mean there are lots of rainy days, it rains hard on some days.
Rainy season of Fukuoka
Population of Tokyo
The population of Tokyo is around 13,604,000 as of June 2016. The population density is over 6 million, highest of all prefectures. Tokyo is one of the biggest city in the world.
Geography of Tokyo
The area of Tokyo prefecture is around 2,187 km2
Area rank: 3rd smallest of all 47 prefectures in Japan
Popular local food of Tokyo
You can find any foods in Tokyo. All local foods have came to Tokyo from other city because Tokyo is capital of Japan. Even fresh seafood landed in the morning are provided at restaurants in Tokyo on the same day. So it is not easy to choose Tokyo’s best local foods, but tempura and monja-yaki are very popular by all generation. Tempura is one of the most traditional Japanese foods that everybody like. Shrimp, shiitake mushroom, squid, fish and many kinds of vegetable are fried by pure sesami oil and match with sweet tentsuyu soup. Monja-yaki is good one if you have friends together with you. Normally customer cook it by themselves on the plate at table so you can enjoy the process of cooking too.
  osaka local foods
Transportation of Tokyo
●JR East ●Tobu Railway ●Seibu Railway ●Tokyo metro ●Tokyo Kyuko Railway ●Keio Railway ●Keisei Railway ●Keikyu Kyuko Railway ●Odakyu Electric Railway ●Tokyo monorail
and much more.

(Narita airport to city *Tokyo station)
Keisei bus (around 1H 30mins / 1,000 Yen)
Keisei Skyliner *Transit at Nippori st. (around 55mins / 2,630 Yen *reserved seat)
JR Narita express (around 55mins/ 3,020 Yen *reserved seat)
(Haneda airport to city *Shinagawa)
Keikyu kyuko bus (around 30-60mins / 570 Yen)
Tokyo monorail *Transit at Hamamatsucho st. (around 40mins / 650 Yen)
Recommendation of sightseeing spots in Tokyo
Tsukiji Fish Market, Asakusa Kaminarimon, Tokyo skytree, Odaiba
Number of travelers from Hong Kong who stayed at Tokyo
(2014) 699,640 people (2015) 1,028,490 people (+ 47%)
Major events and festivals of Tokyo
●Shinagawa shrine festival (at Shinagawa shrine on beginning of June)
●Festival of weaver (at Tokyo Daijingu on 7th July)
●Sumida river’s fireworks festival (at Sumida ward on the end of July)
●Katsushika ward’s fireworks festival (at Katsushika ward on the end of July)
●Azabu 10 ban festival (at Azabu 10 ban shopping arcade on late of August)
and much more.
Celebrities from Tokyo
Takeshi Kitano, Shoko Nakagawa, Sho Sakurai, Hideaki Takizawa, Kyoko Fukada, Maki Horikita, Sadaharu Oh, Naotaro Moriyama, Ken shimura, Satomi Ishihara, Yumi Adachi, Kou Shibasaki, Hiro Mizushima, Noritake Kinashi, Takaaki Ishibashi, Kenji Furuya, Akiko Yada
Professional sport teams of Tokyo
>FC Tokyo >Tokyo Verdy
>Yomiuri Giants >Tokyo Yakult swallows
>Tokyo Cinq Reves >Tokio Marine Nichido Big Blue
>NEC Red Rockets (Women) >FC Tokyo (Men)
●Rugby >RICOH BlackRams >Suntory Sungoliath
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