Wednesday, November 4, 2015

There's about to be one more hotel for book
lovers in the world. Book and Bed is about to
become the destination for literature-loving travelers visiting Tokyo. The
library-themed hostel will open its doors on November 5 and early photos
reveal it to be a reading fanatic's paradise lined with bookshelves filled
will hundreds of English and Japanese titles.   If you've ever
dreamed of sleeping in a bookstore, now's your chance as some of the beds at
Book and Bed are built behind the bookcases, so guests can curl up with a tome
in their (very) cozy bunks to read late into the night. While that may
sound charming, be aware that Book and Bed is definitely a hostel, not a
hotel, and the capsule-like sleeping quarters are only semi-private and
for "accommodation," as opposed to comfort. According to the
website, that's entirely by design, because the property has different
priorities: "There are no comfortable mattresses, fluffy pillows nor
lightweight and warm down duvets. What we do offer is an experience.
"  R Store
While Book and Bed's sleeping arrangements may not appeal to
everyone, it could be a great way to burn through Japan's infamous jet lag.
The hostel also offers a day rate to weary travelers who may want to catnap
during sightseeing. Located in the Ikebukuro neighborhood near Tokyo's
Sunshine Aquarium and the wild indoor theme park, Namco Namja Town, the hostel
is just a quick subway ride from popular tourist destinations like the
Meiji Shrine, Shinshoji Temple, or the Kawaii Monster Café.   Of
course, at Book and Bed, if you just want to stay in the hotel and read, no
one will judge you, especially considering the books at this
bookstore-themed hostel aren't actually for sale. Guests are free to devour
books for the duration of their stay, but the stories must stay in the hostel
after checkout.   Book and Bed is about to become the
destination for literature-loving travelers visiting Tokyo. The
library-themed hostel will open its doors on November 5 and early photos
reveal it to be a reading fanatic's paradise lined with bookshelves filled
will hundreds of English and Japanese titles.

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