Japanese Hotel Lets You Book For Cheap But Live Streams Everything
JAPANESE HOTEL – Want to go on a trip to Japan but wondering where you could get an affordable place to stay? Why not consider this one that goes for 130 yen ($1.20).
According to an article by SoraNews24, there is a hotel in Fukuoka City in Japan that offers $1.20 for a night. However, there’s a catch to this offer.
If you like your privacy, then this hotel may not be the best choice for you. Why? It’s because this Japanese Hotel monitors your every move and live streams everything you do.
This means that you can’t do anything that you don’t want other people to see. Also, you need to be prepared for people constantly watching you even as you sleep.
There are a lot of stories that have surfaced about a hotel that has hidden cameras in them. But, with this one, you already know that there is.
The cheap price of the hotel would definitely attract backpackers on a budget. As this would probably be the cheapest hotel anyone could find in Japan.
With this, you might be wondering what $1.20 dollar hotel rooms are like in Japan. Well, although the accommodation is cheap, the rooms are very clean and comfy.
It’s one of those Japanese style rooms where you sleep on a mat on the floor. Adding to this, there’s not much furniture, but for the cheap price, it’s an amazing offer.
The one thing that would definitely cross backpacker’s minds would also be the bathroom and shower. The shower in your room doesn’t have a camera so you’d be safe there.
As per the article, the catch here is, there are no private bathrooms in each room. You would have to share the common toilets with the other travelers.
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