First Cabin Haneda Terminal 1

First Cabin Haneda Terminal 1

3-3-2 Haneda Airport, Ota 144-0041 Tokyo Prefecture
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Mollymalone38 wrote a review May 2014
London, United Kingdom
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Stayed twice in a week recently.

First Cabin Haneda locates in Domestic Terminal 1( not too confuse terminal I / i for International terminal)

After 12 hours flight from London landing in early morning at Haneda, I decided to have a rest for 4 hours (08:00am to 12:00pm) before I took next flight to Osaka.

It was great that I was able to have a shower and big bath, have a quiet moment at the lounge and of course was able to lie down on the bed in First class cabin although I could not have a nap as it was busy morning time. (10:00am-12:00pm everyday is cleaning time)

For a short rest, this is much better option rather than paying airport lounge facility near by.

I booked to stay again in a week's time due to fly back to London the following morning.

Again I chose to stay at First class rather than Business class as I had a big luggage and wanted to keep beside me.

To stay this place as comfortable as possible, here's my tips (especially to travellers awaiting for a long haul flight following morning) :

1. I requested to have a furthest end cabin which is the quietest section of all and the best choice if you want to have a decent rest. Staff were very obliging to accept my request.

2. First class is the way to go if you are claustrophobic, it's more like a room. Also, If you want to keep your luggage, there's enough room to manoeuvre. If you are paranoid about security, bring a coiled bicycle lock like I did. You can tie your suitcase around bedside table leg. ( I did not have to use it as I felt safe enough and there is a lockable compartment under the bed)

3. Alarm clock and mobile phone are not supposed to use in the cabin, but for example, if you want to wake up at 4:30am, request for a wake up call (this is manually done by staff) at 4:00 or 4:15 am at the reception(you have to fill a form upon check in), but you should put alarm clock at 4:30am for a peace of mind & just in case.On my first stay, I requested for a wake up call at 11:00am but staff forgot about it and eventually she came to me apologetically at 11:45am!( luckily, I was awake).Human error occurs and your airplane is not going to wait for you.

4. Corporate to keep noise minimum for fellow exhausted travellers.
Try to separate essential item for the stay(make up, clothes etc,) in a small bag,there is a changing room adjacent to female lounge.

5. Give yourself time to have a bath and sit in the massage chair (100yen for 10 mins) before going to bed, it really relaxes you and be able to sleep nicely. Earplug(you can get at reception) and eye mask help,too.

6. Most of the restaurants at terminal 1 close by 21:30 pm. Convenience store near by closes around 23:00pm.

7. Bus stop (to and from International terminal) locates diagonally opposite to First Cabin Haneda on the same floor. Bus comes and goes every 5mins from early morning.Give yourself 15-20mins is enough time from check out to arrival of international terminal.

Overall, it was very comfortable,convenient, clean & cost effective place to stay(for Tokyo) but you need to prepare yourself, you are not staying at conventional hotel. I did quite enjoy semi communal living arrangement! I felt very safe surrounded by likeminded travellers of all ages & the atmosphere was very relaxed.Will stay again when I fly to Haneda.
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Date of stay: April 2014
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled solo
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Lisa S wrote a review Oct 2014
San Francisco, California
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Due to an early flight and also wanting to experience something slightly resembling a capsule hotel, I found First Cabin on Trip Advisor. I arrived at Narita airport around 5pm on a Friday but had a flight the next morning at 6:20AM from Haneda to Ishigaki. After landing and getting my luggage and cell phone rental at Narita airport, I took the limousine bus from Narita to Haneda and checked in around 8:30pm. The ride was around 1-1.5 hrs.
1) Late arrival - I was surprised that when checking in the hotel was pretty empty at around 8:30, but the place got busier later in the night with new arrivals. After checking in, there were still some restaurants open until 10pm in terminal 1 so we were able to have a decent dinner, and there's a convenience store available as well.
2) Check in was straightforward. I can speak Japanese and also happen to look Japanese so I couldn't get a good sense of the English capabilities of the front desk staff as they continued to speak to me in Japanese even though I was speaking to my brother in English. You will get a copy of a map of the layout, instructions in English about the policies and also a cute illustrated instruction in English, Chinese and Korean on using the bathing area (i.e. you need to clean your body first before entering the bath).
3) You will receive a pass to get into the male and female cabin areas (separate entries for males and females) as well as a key for a big drawer under the bed if you opted for the first class cabin. For the smaller room, the drawer may be smaller. For me, I was able to unload some items I needed from my suitcase for the night and shove my carry on bag in there to lock it up. They can store large suitcases for you at the front desk if you are not comfortable leaving your suitcase outside of your cabin. You will be supplied headphones for watching tv. They will also ask you if you plan to charge anything. If so, they will give you an adapter to plug in your device to the electrical outlet.
4) If you are traveling with a member of the opposite sex the only area you can hang out together is a lounge area in the lobby due to the separate accommodations. I didn't mind since at most I would be there 8 hours, the majority of which would be spent sleeping or bathing.
5) A big draw for me was the bathing area. After a long flight from New York via Chicago, it was fantastic to be able to scrub the airplane ickiness off of me and soak in the tub. The ladies area has around 7 stations to clean yourself and the actual hot water tub can fit around 8 people in there. The ladies room has shampoo, conditioner, hair dryer, facial soap and lotions, q-tips, cotton squares, etc... They also supply you with optional shorts and shirt you can use for pajamas or lounging around, towels and toothbrush.
6) Wake-up call: Someone will come wake you up for a wake up call as you are not supposed to use an audible alarm clock. I was a little paranoid about that but if you are able to set your cell phone on vibrate it's a good back-up.
7) As a tip for the mens side, I asked that if possible they put my brother somewhere away from others since he is a loud snorer. They gave him a cabin (S15) which is in a corner and according to the map is not directly adjacent to another cabin. However, it's next to where people throw away their garbage and also along a path of a lot of foot traffic so apparently it was pretty loud for him with the noise from other people throughout the night.
8) Convenience for morning flight - We took an inter-terminal bus to terminal 2 that took around 5-7 minutes from terminal 1 and ended up there around 5:30am. After passing security, it appeared that nothing was open until 6am including a Starbucks. There might be something open earlier than that before the security check point.
9) If you are really particular about your mattress, the one I slept on was pretty hard which is my preference, but I am sure that that can be uncomfortable for anyone who needs a soft bed.
10) I recommend if you are willing to spend a little extra, pay for a first class cabin. Having that little extra space is nice, especially after spending a long flight packed like sardines in economy class.

For the cost, convenience and novelty, I recommend staying at First Cabin. If you know you are a light sleeper and the communal atmosphere doesn't appeal to you, then you are better off booking a hotel room near Haneda airport instead or at Terminal 2 (Tokyu Excel). The best way I can describe the experience is that it is like staying at a hip, upscale youth hostel with a bunch of well-behaved adults.
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Date of stay: September 2014
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Ask for a room that is at the end of a row of cabins or not on one of the main walkways for a...
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Charmain T wrote a review May 2014
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
4.0 of 5 bubbles
This is a must try when in Japan. As it is near the airport, it makes a good stop over for the night before heading down to Tokyo the following day. Surprisingly the cabins are comfortable. The whole place is well kept and the staff very helpful and friendly.The bigger First class cabins have a lockable drawer under the bed which you can lock you backpack or small bag but not sufficient to stuff in anything larger then a backpack. Even my 60L backpack needed a bit of compacting to get it in the drawer. First Cabin Haneda is located in Terminal 1 and is quite some distance from Terminal 2. There is a free shuttle that takes you to the hotel. Just ask information counter and they will point you the way to the shuttle. To ensure there is an available cabin for you when you arrive, book online and let then know your ETA.
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Date of stay: May 2014
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Mike wrote a review Jan 2020
5.0 of 5 bubbles
In a nutshell American Airlines really inconvenienced me, so I got stuck flying into Nareda then taking the bus to Haneda with a 16 hour layover. On the bus trip I found this gem of a place to stay. Very affordable, spoke English, super clean, showers and spa available with your room rental. I couldn't be more happy with my experience. Almost worth the price just to leave your bags somewhere for a few hours. If you get in after all the restaurants close you may still purchase food and even beer in their vending machines.

It is set up kind of strange where you get your own cube, and you are only separated from other patrons by a vinyl door, but everyone is very respectful and quiet (I felt bad making noise by zipping up my bag).

They provide you with everything neccessary for the shower/spa to include, toothbrush and paste, towels and washcloths, pajamas and slippers. The showers are individual, but the spa and dressing areas are open (like a locker room). This isn't really an issue as everyone keeps to themselves as they're getting ready.

Hands down I would stay here again! For ¥6800 you just cant do better. And the best part is it's in the terminal so you don't need to rush to get to the airport.
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Travelled on business
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Hoi Yi wrote a review Jan 2020
Tallinn, Estonia
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My international flight is at 6am and I should arrive at the airport before 4am so I choose to stay in the cabin hotel for shower and a quick nap. They provide everything you need including towel, shampoo, pajama, etc. I was in a hurry so did not try the onsen. Definitely the perfect place to stay for catching early flights.
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Date of stay: January 2020
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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PriscillaF wrote a review Apr 2023
Perth, Australia
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Very clean. Spacious. I could stand up on my bed (I am 5ft tall). I had a late check in (nearly midnight) and was very welcomed. Checkout is 10am. I never sleep with ear plugs but I did this night (and will with this style of accommodation). No door as such but a blind style door that does not close all the way to the floor meant sound could come into your space but also allowed air flow. The bed was firm and so I had a great sleep. There were complimentary pajamas, slippers, toothbrush and paste, earplugs and a body wash cloth. The bathrooms are communal (so awkward for me, glad most people had already bathed and left by the time i got there) but very clean with everything you need, shampoo, conditioner, face cleanser, hair dryer, hair iron, skin lotion etc. you really need no toiletries they are all provided. my preference would have been a door that closed fully for my "room" to help block sound, also a little more space ie a cm to close the door without the door touching my suitcase and to place a daily backpack as the storage in the room is for narrow items like handbags. A suitcase locker near the room would have been ideal. I would highly recommend this accommodation for the staff service, cleanliness, convenience to the airport and overall value for money. I would stay here again given the opportunity and I can be very particular for accommodation due to cleanliness.
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Date of stay: April 2023Trip type: Travelled solo
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Raja8888 wrote a review Jul 2023
Las Vegas, Nevada
2.0 of 5 bubbles
I stayed in their first class cabin before my morning flight. The cabin itself is clean and consistent with Japanese efficiency and cleanliness. Jammies and safe were provided.

Coin operated washers/dryers available on premise. Lounge was spacious and clean. Bathroom was well equipped with several stalls and all the amenities. Sento available as well. Smoking room on site.

Bed was hard like tatami. There was noise throughout the night from other travelers, arriving/leaving. Difficult to get a good nights rest.

If you have any more than ten hours between flights I’d opt to take train a couple of stops into city and book a real hotel room for a better nights sleep for pretty much the same price of even cheaper.
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Date of stay: February 2023Trip type: Travelled solo
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AdventureObsessed wrote a review Nov 2022
New York
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I really enjoyed my night. The amenities they provide are great (hand and body towel, slippers, soaps, ear plugs, toothbrush/paste, loofah, curling iron/straighteners). No one was overly noisy but there is a lot of people coming and going at all hours. I slept with my head phones in playing white noise and could still hear people. It is a bit warm though so pack something light to sleep in. There is a fan but it didn’t seem to do anything. I didn’t use the “spa” area but the shower stalls were fairly large, clean, and private.
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Date of stay: November 2022Trip type: Travelled solo
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Arnav G wrote a review Feb 2024
Jakarta, Indonesia
5.0 of 5 bubbles
The pods are not too small and are just the perfect size for anyone to have a comfortable sleep in. Would recommend for travelers transiting through Tokyo (keep in mind you will have to clear immigration as the hotel is located in T1). All amenities are given at check in, and toilets were well equipped (public and private showers are available).
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Date of stay: June 2023
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Travelin' Bro Vets wrote a review May 2024
Tasmania, Australia
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Sooo, I decided to give the First Cabin Haneda at Terminal 1 a try as my layover at HND was only 9hrs between an international and domestic flight.

Let me start this review on a high, the staff who work here were absolutely amazing, so friendly, and helpful. For what I paid, I thought it was quite reasonable. The place itself was extremely well maintained and very clean. The pod itself was well appointed, once again clean, new, with comfy bedding and plenty of space for baggage etc. The shared bathroom and shower room were also very clean and looked after.

Just like so many other reviews on here, if you actually want to have a good nights sleep, this is not the place to stay, the front desk even supplies guests with ear plugs and earphones that should have been the first indication of what I was about to endure. The pods are not sound proof, there is a gap between the top and the bottom of the privacy screen. Even though the house rules state, phones should be on silent etc other guests were watching videos etc on their devices well into the wee hours of the morning. Usual noise such as snoring, and guests moving up and down the hall all night added to the experience.

I would have taken some photos as the concept was actually really cool, but photos were not permitted.
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Date of stay: April 2024
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled solo
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Von1955 asked a question Sept 2022
Sydney, Australia91 contributions45 helpful votes
Are the cabins available now Sept 2022
Answer from tarja b
Inverness, Florida
Sorry, we have changed our plan. I researched and seems international terminal is terminal 2 and due to covid, they suspended the shuttle between terminals. So there's no access to the hotels in the terminal. I may be wrong but we did not want to risk it so we changed our plans. Good luck to you and your family.
Dan B wrote a tip May 2023
London, United Kingdom1 contribution1 helpful vote
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"If you want to sleep book another hotel"
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Bill G wrote a tip Feb 2023
4 contributions1 helpful vote
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Get a Business Cabin if available, roomier. the First Class cabins are small and you can't stand up in them."
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m0by147 wrote a tip Apr 2019
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom139 contributions54 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Vending machines are very expensive, if you go down a floor in the Terminal there is a Lawson’s mini mart which is a 1/3 of the price"
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pascalpierre wrote a tip Aug 2017
France688 contributions118 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"Choose another place if you want to sleep"
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John67-7 wrote a tip Apr 2017
Australia206 contributions154 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Go for the bigger capsule if you're a Westerner, there's more space"
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Nearby attractions include Tokyo International Airport (Haneda) Terminal 1 Observation Deck (0.03 km), Mercedes me Haneda Airport (0.4 km), and Haneda Otorii (0.4 km).
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Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a hot tub, and self serve laundry.
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