Henn na Hotel is the “first ever robot-staffed hotel”

Henn na Hotel is the first ever robot-staffed hotel that incorporates advanced technology and pursues a fun experience as well as comfortable stay.

Henn na Hotel literally translates to strange hotel and is the first ever robot-staffed hotel. A completely new experience, Henn na Hotel strives for efficiency and environmental friendliness, and is committed to redefining the way we view hotels. Once you stay here, the whole hotel experience will never be the same again. With the newest technology and use of artificial intelligence, hotel service is more fun and more efficient than ever. Guests can enjoy modern technology in their rooms as well, and it’s a great experience for families too!


Unique Features of Henn na Hotel

Introducing state-of-the-art technologies, Henn na Hotel is the world-first hotel staffed by robots. Here are some unique features.


Henn na Hotel Front

Front Desk

Be greeted by robotic staff members that are multilingual at the front desk upon check in, and check out with them too! They can understand Japanese, English, Chinese, and Korean!

Henn na Hotel Lobby

Lobby

At the lobby, you’ll be greeted by a giant Tyrannosaurus. There are other robots like fish robots and small dinosaur robots as well.

Henn na Hotel Guest room

Guest Rooms


Each guest room is equipped with modern technology that maximize efficiency. Rooms have motion sensor technology that automatically turn off lights when not in use and air conditioners that use radiant panel technology. Key cards are a thing of the past with face recognition technology at the Nagasaki location! Have your own private concierge robot in your room at the Maihama location! Guest rooms each come with a Toyobo mattress bed that uses is created to maximize comfort, and each room come with other advanced, functional amenities as well.

Henn na Hotel Amenities and Handy

Amenities and Handy


Amenities may differ slightly based upon the hotel location and may not be available in all hotels. Each hotel has some unique and useful amenities however, like the use of Chromecast, where guests can enjoy contents from their smartphone on a big tv screen, and the use of the smartphone “handy” that guest can use to during their stay. The phone has access to free domestic and international calls, as well as the internet.

Locations

The first Henn na Hotel opened in March 2015 in Huis Ten Bosch (Nagasaki, Japan) which was then followed by Maihama (Chiba, Japan) and Laguna Ten Bosch (Aichi, Japan).The newest addition in the Nishi Kai location (Tokyo) that opened in December 2017.

Ginza, Tokyo

Henn na Hotel Ginza Tokyo
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Henn na Hotel Ginza

The Henn na Hotel in Ginza is the latest addition to the family of hotels. Ginza is a popular and famous location in Japan, so it only makes sense to have one our hotels here! We strive to incorporate all the technological advances that made all of our hotels special into our new hotels as well. The new Ginza hotel features new robot designs, at this location you’ll be greeted by two female clerks...will you be able to tell if they’re real?

Access to Ginza, Tokyo


Guests Arriving by Plane

From Haneda Airport
Take Tokyo Monorail to Hamamatsu-cho, 17 min. → Take JR Yamanote line to Yuraku-cho Station, 4 min. → Take . → Take Tokyo Metro Yuraku Line to Shintomi-cho, 3 min. → Exit at No.4, walk to the hotel, 2 min

From Narita Airport
Take Airport Express Bus to Tokyo Air City Terminal 60 min. → Take Taxi to the hotel, 10 min

From Narita Airport
Take JR Narita Express to Tokyo Station, 54 min. → Take JR Yamanote Line to Yurakucho, 2 min. → Take Tokyo Metro Yuraku Line to Shintomi-cho, 3 min. → Exit at No.4, walk to the hotel, 2 min


Guests Traveling by Train

From Tokyo Station
Take JR Yamanote Line to Yurakucho, 2 min. → Take Tokyo Metro Yuraku Line to Shintomi-cho, 3 min. → Exit at No.4, walk to the hotel, 2 min

From Tokyo Station
Take Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line to GInza Station, 2 min. → Huis Ten Bosch Station, 1 hour 30 min.


Guests Traveling by Car

Shuto (Metropolitan) Expressway
Exit at Ginza → Hen-na Hotel Ginza, 1 min.

 

Point of interest in Ginza Area




Tsukiji Market

Henn na Hotel Tsukiji Market

Tsukiji Market is now even closer to the Ginza hotel location. Take a trip in the morning or afternoon to enjoy a quick bite to eat around the area. Tsukiji Market has an outer market that is open to the general public is filled with all sorts of amazing things including fresh seafood, produce, and kitchen utensils. People enjoy looking around, exploring all the new sights and flavors, and getting some fresh sushi in the neighboring restaurants.



Imperial Palace

Henn na Hotel Kokyo Imperial Palace

The Tokyo Imperial Palace is a nearby destination to check out as it is a main landmark of Tokyo and of Japan. The buildings themselves cannot be entered as the Imperial family still resides there, but East Gardens can be viewed and explored by the general public. Furthermore, guided tours of the palace grounds can be arranged that explore a bit more than you would be able to on your own.



National Museum of Nature and Science

Henn na Hotel National Museum of Nature and Science

One of the themes of the Henn na Hotel is advancement towards a better future through science and technology, while still making it fun and enjoyable, much like the kid-friendly Science Museum in Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo. Great for families, kids have the opportunity to learn through interactive activities and amazing visuals. Although the demonstrations are done in Japanese, but the interactive experiments and activities alone can keep you entertained for a long time, even with a language barrier!



Shibuya

Henn na Hotel shibuya

A short train ride away from the hotel is Shibuya. Explore popular landmarks like the Meiji Jingu Shrine. The shopping district around Shibuya Station is particularly popular and a recommended location to check out. Experience one aspect of busy Tokyo culture, and explore all of the interesting shops and restaurants. The crowds alone in the famous crossing street may be enough to surprise even those who are used to the busiest of cities!


Nishikasai, Tokyo

Henn na Hotel Nishikasai tokyo
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Henn na Hotel Maihama

The Nishikasai Henn na Hotel location is the most recent addition to the family. Unlike the other hotels that were more leisure-oriented, this hotel is also in a great location for those needing a place to stay for a business trip. Located near to the train stations, the convenient location means it is more accessible for business travelers. The hotel also comes with new and updated technology such as the automatic fare adjustment machine to make things a bit easier for foreigners.

Access to Hen-na Hotel Nishikasai


Guests Arriving by Car

From Chuou Express Way - Seishin-cho Lamp , 9min. → Hotel .


Guests Traveling by Train


From Tokyo Station → Tokyo Metro Marunouchi, 1 min.
Otemachi Station-Tokyo Metro Tozai Line. → Nishikasai Station, 15min → Walk to Henn na Hotel Tokyo Nishikasai


Guests Traveling by Air


From Haneda Airport
Airport Bus → Kasai Station, 30min. → Tokyo Metro Tozai Line, 2min. → Nishikasai Station→ 3 minutes walk to Henn na Hotel Tokyo Nishikasai

From Narita Airport
Airport Bus, 70min. → Kasai Station → Tokyo Metro Tozai Line, 2min. → Nishikasai Station→ 3 minutes walk to Henn na Hotel Tokyo Nishikasai

 


Point of interest in Nishikasai Area




Senso-ji

Henn na Hotel Sensoji

Sensoji is the largest and oldest Buddhist temple in Tokyo and a very popular location. Around the temple is Nakamise, a old-fashioned shopping street filled with all sorts of traditional Japanese goods for sale including art, kimonos, and souvenirs. There are amazing places to eat as well

2 Chome-3-1 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
4.95 mi from property



Edogawa Natural Zoo

Henn na Hotel Edogawa Natural Zoo

A short distance from the hotel is Edogawa Natural Zoo. Free of admission, the zoo is a great place to learn about animals both wild and extinct. It's a great place to visit with family.


Maihama, Tokyo Bay

Henn na Hotel Maihama
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Henn na Hotel Maihama

The Maihama location is the second ever Henn na Hotel. Located in Tokyo Disney Resort district in Tokyo, the hotel is 1.5km or less than a mile away from Tokyo Disneyland. The Maihama location provides guests with free WiFi throughout the property as well as flat screen tvs for each room. The rooms here also come with a personal concierge robot, TAPIA, that can adjust room settings as well as play games!

Access to Hen-na Hotel in Maihama


Guests Arriving by Car

From Tokyo Area
Tomei Expressway-Tokyo IC → to Otowa Gamagori IC, about 3 hours 15 min.
Otowa Gamagori IC → to Laguna Ten Bosch,about 20 min.

From Osaka Area
Tomei Expressway - Suita IC → to Otowa Gamagori IC, about 2 hours 50 min.
Otowa Gamagori IC → to Laguna Ten Bosch,about 20 min.


Guests Traveling by Train


From Tokyo Station → Keiyo Line / Musashino Line, 20min. → Maihama Station → On foot, 18min. → Hotel


Guests Traveling by Air


From Haneda Airport
Limousine bus → Tokyo Disneyland, 50min. → On foot, 18min. → Hotel

From Narita Airport
Limousine bus, 80min. → Tokyo Disneyland → On foot, 18min. → Hotel

 


Point of interest in Maihama Area


Tokyo Disneyland

Tokyo Disneyland has long been a popular attraction for visitors. As the hotel is so close by, your stay can be full of family fun. Start by enjoying robots, and then head over to Tokyo Disneyland and go on all the fun rides.

1-1 Maihama, Urayasu-shi, Chiba-ken 279-0031
0.93 mi from property



Bon Voyage Shopping Center

Bon Voyage Shopping Center is an official Disney souvenir shop. For those who enjoy all things Disney, the shopping center is a paradise. Open longer than Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea, the shopping center is located right outside of the parks in the Maihama area.

Urayasu, Chiba Prefecture 279-0031
1.11 mi from property


Laguna Ten Bosch, Aichi

Henn na Hotel laguna
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Henn na Hotel Laguna Ten Bosch

The Laguna Ten Bosch hotel in Kaiyo-cho, Gamagori of Aichi prefecture is the third Henn na Hotel location. Here you can enjoy a space of fantasy where the past and the future come together, with prehistoric creatures that are actually robots decorate the hotel. Like the other hotels, there is a dinosaur robot theme in the lobby, where robotic dinosaurs assist during check in/out. The hotel has many other technological amenities to go with the theme of efficiency too.

Access to Hen-na Hotel Laguna Ten Bosch


Guests Arriving by Car

From Chuou Express Way - Seishin-cho Lamp , 9min. → Hotel .


Guests Traveling by Train


From Tokyo Station → Tokyo Metro Marunouchi, 1 min.
Otemachi Station-Tokyo Metro Tozai Line. → Nishikasai Station, 15min → Walk to Henn na Hotel Tokyo Nishikasai


Guests Traveling by Air


From Haneda Airport
Airport Bus → Kasai Station, 30min. → Tokyo Metro Tozai Line, 2min. → Nishikasai Station→ 3 minutes walk to Henn na Hotel Tokyo Nishikasai

From Narita Airport
Airport Bus, 70min. → Kasai Station → Tokyo Metro Tozai Line, 2min. → Nishikasai Station→ 3 minutes walk to Henn na Hotel Tokyo Nishikasai

 


Point of interest in Laguna Ten Bosch Area


Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology

The Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology is perfect for those who enjoy all things related to automobiles. People can learn about the history of Toyota as a company and walk around enjoying the many displays. The museum has many displays of cars, both old and new, and is a reminder of just how far technology has advanced. For those who were drawn to the to the Henn na Hotel for such reasons, this is a recommended spot to visit too.



Inuyama Castle

Henn na Inuyama castle

Inuyama Castle is one of the twelve original castles left in Japan. Found in the Aichi prefecture, this castle is of great importance for Japan, both historically and culturally. Although a bit of a climb, the view is worth it. The castle overlooks the Kiso River and the city. The Sanko Inari Shrine is also a popular and important attraction found in the Inuyama Castle. Multiple red torii gates are lined one after another, making a beautiful red tunnel.


Huis Ten Bosch, Nagasaki

Henn na Hotel Huis Ten Bosch
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Henn na Hotel Huis Ten Bosch

The Henn na Hotel is located in the Huis Ten Bosch theme park and is the first Henn na Hotel locations. At first sight, it may seem strange, with robots greeting guests at check in, including an uncannily humanoid woman, but it soon becomes apparent that it is in face a sincere move toward a more advanced future. A bit if campy fun for the whole family, the hotel also speaks of hope for a future where intelligent robots can work productively and efficiently with humans. The concept of the hotel illustrates what may just be a first step toward change.

Access to Huis Ten Bosch Nagasaki


Guests Arriving by Plane

From Fukuoka Airport
Subway → JR Hakata Station, 5 min. → Huis Ten Bosch with limited express train, 1 hour 40 min. → JR Huis Ten Bosch Station.

From Nagasaki Airport
Sasebo bound via Huis Ten Bosch limited express bus, 60 min. → Huis Ten Bosch.


Guests Traveling by Train


From Hakata Station
Take the Huis Ten Bosch limited express train → JR Huis Ten Bosch Station, 1 hour 40 min..

From Nagasaki Station
Take the Seaside Liner express train on the JR Nagasaki/Omura Lines → Huis Ten Bosch Station, 1 hour 30 min.

From Sasebo Station
Take the rapid or local train on the Omura Line → Huis Ten Bosch Station, 20 to 35 min.

 

Point of interest in Nagasaki Area


Henn na Hotel Huis Ten Bosch

Nagasaki was the only major entrance port for foreign countries for hundreds of years in Japan's period of national isolation. For that reason, countries such as Netherlands, Portugal, Scotland, and Unites States have influenced much of Nagasaki’s history, products and famous spots. Many Nagasaki's popular foods especially originate from foreign countries.



Sasebo Burger

Henn na Hotel Huis Ten Bosch

Sasebo burgers originated from the city of Sasebo in Nagasaki. Having a strong American influence due to the American navy base in the area, these burgers are large, greasy, and filling like a true American style burger. However, the Sasebo burger has been reworked and modified by generations of Japanese cooks and the flavors reflect such.



Nagasaki Peace Park

Henn na Hotel Huis Ten Bosch

The Nagasaki Peace Park is a park that stands as a symbol of peace and commemorates the atomic bombing of the city that happened August 8, 1945. At the park’s north end is the 10 meter tall Peace statue created by sculptor Seibo Kitamura of Nagasaki Prefecture. The statue is symbolic and also represents a mixture of western and eastern art, religion, and ideology. The statue’s right hand points to the threat of nuclear weapons while the extended left hand symbolizes eternal peace. The gently closed eyes offer a prayer for the victims.




1st Henn na Cafe in Shibuya

Hen na Hotel Front

The Henn na Cafe is the next addition to our family of robot-staffed services. At the Strange cafe, people can enjoy a freshly brewed cup of coffee courtesy of a robot! This will increase speed, as the robot will be able to quickly perform certain jobs so that human personnel can focus on other tasks. This enables us to offer high quality coffee at a low price, a win for everyone!

Henn na Hotel Henn na Cafe


More Locations to Come

Henn na Hotel has plans to open a total of 9 hotels for leisure starting from the Tokyo area followed by Osaka, Kyoto, Fukuoka and many parts of Japan.


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