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Kadokawa To Open An Anime Themed Hotel In Japan

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Kadokawa To Open An Anime Themed Hotel In Japan


Kadokawa announced that a themed hotel inspired by different anime franchises will be opened on October 1, 2020.

The hotel is called the “EJ Anime Hotel“, and will open its doors in Tokorozawa Sakura Town in Tokorozawa CitySaitama Prefecture. The acronym EJ stands for Entertainment in Japan, and the concept they give to future customers is: “Stay in your favorite story”.  The hotel will have complex facilities with spaces for events, shops, restaurants and museums, as well as a new Kadokawa office.

Image from the official site

The hotel will have a total of 33 quest rooms, including suites, rooms with a western design and Japanese-style rooms. All the rooms are equipped with a projector and a large screen, a high-quality sound bar and lighting to provide an incomparable new experience.

Image from the official site
Image of a Deluxe guest room from the official site
Image of a Universal guest room from the official site

The hotel restaurant, titled “Tiam”, will have a capacity of 60 people and will offer meals inspired by different anime franchises. This room can also be used as an event area for weddings or celebrations. Additionally, various mechanisms and surprise elements have been implemented in places such as elevators, the lobby and other locations.

Image of what the restaurant will look like from the official site

The price for 1 night/2 meal plan per person is 19,800 yen ~ (tax excluded), which is roughly $190. At the time of its opening, the hotel will have a collaboration with the following anime franchises: 

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Toaru Kagaku no Railgun T and

Yuki Yuna Is a Hero . 

Reservations at the hotel can be made starting September 1.

[Source: Official Website]

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