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And they're no slouches in the theming department: you can even order Hello Kitty-themed food. The reception staff are robot dinosaurs. Photo: supplied 6 of 12Attribution: Supplied But if the robot dinosaurs make you uncomfortable, there are remarkably creepy human-shaped robots, too. We prefer the dinosaurs. But some are so charming they transcend the ick factor - and this is one of the best. Ahoy there, jotel

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Sorry, Orient Express - we're turning Japanese. The reception staff are robot dinosaurs.

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But some roms so charming they transcend the ick factor - and this is one of the best. A must-do in Tokyo just remember your earplugs.

Alternatively, think of it like a capsule hotel for claustrophobes - still small and economical, but with a lot more space. Photo: supplied 10 of 12Attribution: Supplied Book and Bed is a more traditionally sized capsule hotel yep, there's only space for hohel bed in there but with the addition of all the books a bibliophile could dream of. We prefer the dinosaurs.

We're not sure how that one plays into the 'love' theme If butlers, piano recitals and Michelin-starred food aren't enough for you, try soaking in your personal cypress-wood bath, or relaxing in the forest-themed observation cars watching the countryside go by. Photo: supplied 11 of 12Attribution: Supplied On the opposite end of the luxury and price spectrum is Train Suite Shiki-shimaan extraordinary hotel on wheels that travels from Tokyo through Kanto, Tohoku and northern Hokkaido in style.

Ahoy there, captain!

Photo: supplied. Photo: supplied 12 of 12Attribution: Supplied Your traditionally deed suite on board the Train Suite Shiki-shima has tatami mats and sunken seating - plus, of course, Swarovski crystal-encrusted binoculars for taking in the scenery. We prefer the dinosaurs.

Photo: supplied 9 of 12Attribution: Supplied Most of us will never fly first class, but First Cabin in Tokyo offers that first-class cabin experience on the ground. Photo: supplied 12 of 12Attribution: Supplied Your traditionally deed suite on board the Train Suite Shiki-shima has tatami mats and sunken seating - plus, of course, Swarovski crystal-encrusted binoculars for taking in the scenery.

Photo: supplied 11 of 12Attribution: Supplied On the opposite end of the luxury and price spectrum is Train Suite Shiki-shimaan extraordinary hotel on wheels that travels from Tokyo through Kanto, Tohoku and northern Hokkaido in style.

The reception staff are robot dinosaurs. Photo: supplied 6 of 12Attribution: Supplied But jaanese the robot dinosaurs make you uncomfortable, there are remarkably creepy human-shaped robots, too.

We're not sure how that one plays japaneee the 'love' theme And they're no slouches in the theming department: you can even order Hello Kitty-themed food. Photo: supplied 6 of 12Attribution: Supplied Japanese love hotel rooms if the robot dinosaurs make you uncomfortable, there are remarkably creepy human-shaped robots, too. So, yes, it kind of looks like a tiny hotel room, but that's not unusual for Tokyo, and at least the service is tip-top.

A must-do in Tokyo just remember your earplugs. Ahoy there, captain!

Photo: supplied. But some are so charming they transcend the ick factor - and this is one of the best.

Photo: supplied 10 of 12Attribution: Supplied Book and Bed is a more traditionally sized capsule hotel yep, there's only space for a bed in there but with the addition of all the japanese love hotel rooms a bibliophile could dream of. And they're no slouches in the theming department: you can even order Hello Kitty-themed food. So, yes, it kind of looks like a tiny hotel room, but that's not unusual for Tokyo, and at least the service is tip-top.

Photo: supplied 9 of 12Attribution: Supplied Most of us will never fly first class, but First Cabin in Tokyo offers that first-class cabin experience on the ground. Alternatively, think of it like a capsule hotel for hote - still small and economical, but with a lot more space. If butlers, piano recitals and Michelin-starred food aren't enough for you, try soaking in your personal cypress-wood bath, or relaxing in the forest-themed hote, cars watching the countryside go by.

Sorry, Orient Express - we're turning Japanese.