We were so pleased that our hotel in Tokyo and Osaka had laundry rooms! The machines were cool because you can wash and dry in the same machine. A few things that were off. You have to know how much your clothes weigh before you wash them. Secondly, it DEFINITELY DOES NOT DRY IN ONE CYCLE. And well, you have to pay for every cycle you use right. We were washing some thick clothes cause it was winter so I wouldn’t recommend using these machines unless you have choke time to wait for your clothes to dry.
Mandatory visit to Ikea in Japan and mandatory swedish meatballs meal. It was good! It’s the same everywhere lol. Japan has a slightly different menu but it was good! I also liked that their store isn’t a maze and that they have cuter stuff made for Japanese audiences I think.
I feel like I mentioned these tarts already but I’ll mention it again since I found the name of it in my pictures. So good fresh out the oven. Eating this in the cold weather was perfection. We found this place in Osaka.
I have yet to go to Ikea. To many places to get to. I gotta go to Japan more often! Like soon!
The budget bus hotel I usually stay at has both washers and dryers, Since it’s been 4 years since i’ve used them, all I remember is that I couldn’t find a heat setting to lower the dryer temp so was afraid to use the dryer.
You been two times this year already! I guess you gotta book one again, will you be going again?
I like to take short trips so I usually don’t wash my clothes – unless the hotel does it for me (for free). I would love to check out the Japan IKEA. One of my favorite stores.
I agree! I never really do laundry because it’s a short trip and I usually go during cold weather so it’s not like I sweat much in the clothes anyway. But yes, please go IKEA next time you visit Japan!
dryers are junk in japan I know because our washer/dryer combo just eats electricity and takes forever to dry things
Yes! Why is it so junk?? I rather just hang dry at that point!!!