Sleeping capsules at Japanese theme park

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A Japanese theme park is creating floating sleeping capsules to allow visitors to drift along to different attractions while they snooze.

The capsules are two-story spherical structures, with the upper half designed as a bedroom and the lower section a bathroom.

By the end of the year the theme park hopes guests will be able to stay overnight in the capsule while travelling to an island where they can explore its various attractions.

The futuristic capsules will hold four people and cost between $377 and $508 a night.

Guests will able to look out the sphere’s large glass window to admire both the nighttime view of the park, as well as underwater.

34 Responses

  1. It’s is cool but think about the amount of money they spent on that. They could be helping Ao,etching important like global warming or getting trump out of the White House

  2. Wow! this is so cool!I think it would be cool to stay a night in there! even if it might get a bit claustrophobic, and pricey!

  3. Cool i would love to stay there forever it would be fun to float around in there.

  4. Wow so cool I would like them in NZ.
    But it would cost alot. What do you think??

  5. WOW!!! That is AMAZING!!! The only problem is I wish it was in New Zealand 🙁
    Anyway I really want to go into it and sleep in it.
    (PS: Please vote for this comment because I put a lot of work and time into it)
    Thank You for reading

  6. That would be really relaxing and cool but scary at the same time. Anyone else agree?

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