You Can Sleep Behind A Wall Of Books In This Hostel In Tokyo – Design You Trust

You Can Sleep Behind A Wall Of Books In This Hostel In Tokyo

Photography by Kastuhiro AOKI ©R-STORE 2015

The Book and Bed Hostel in Tokyo is scheduled to open on November 5th, 2015, and is sure to be a hit with the book lovers of the world.

Photography by Kastuhiro AOKI ©R-STORE 2015

Created as a collaboration between R-Store Ltd., and Japanese firm Suppose Design Office, the Book and Bed Hostel is not your typical place for a nights rest.

Photography by Kastuhiro AOKI ©R-STORE 2015

Located on the 7th floor of the building, upon entering, you’re welcomed to a room with over 1,700 titles of books and comics available to read.

Photography by Kastuhiro AOKI ©R-STORE 2015

Each of the beds are hidden behind shelves of books, with some only reachable by climbing a ladder.

Photography by Kastuhiro AOKI ©R-STORE 2015

Each small sleeping nook has power and a booklight.

Photography by Kastuhiro AOKI ©R-STORE 2015

In total there are 12 rooms available, and the hostel has free WIFI throughout.

Photography by Kastuhiro AOKI ©R-STORE 2015

There is also a shared bathroom for the hostels guests.

Photography by Kastuhiro AOKI ©R-STORE 2015

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