I am a student planning a solo trip to Tokyo, and I came across this article - http://www.nobofeed.com/stories/japans-net-cafe-refugees/
Does anyone have any experience using internet cafes as hostels? It seems that this is a common practice, but I haven't heard of anyone in real life using it. I'd much rather stay at one of these, than say a capsule hotel even, and I definitely am on a budget. However, it does seem a bit odd.
I'm hoping someone can shed some more light on this.
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