Full Japanese Hotel Tour | What are Japanese Hotels Really Like? Posted on April 28, 2019 chicago hotels dallas hotels Full HOTEL hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas japanese las vegas hotels private jet rental property TOUR travel travel vlog vacation 19 thoughts on “Full Japanese Hotel Tour | What are Japanese Hotels Really Like?” Wow, very cool hotel with great amenities (Free Roasted Green Tea!)..Thx for a cool vid – always fun and informative.PS – Are you two back in Argentina?Reply Japanese and Germans are the heaviest smokers in the world. Both countries still have facilities at airports and other public places for smokers. German and Japanese Airports still have those smoking rooms they used to have in the US airports before they were slowly phased out. Japan and Germany still have some smoking friendly places left 😀Reply i love japan ❤ animeReply I think that Finland is celebrating the 100th independence year off the Russian Empire. I think Lenin made them independent back in 1917 ….. I think ……but I am not 100 percent sure. Maybe the sticker on the car is already 2 years old? xDAnyways, it´s nice seeing you again exploring Japan.What are you guys up to nowadays and what are your plans on future travels?^^Reply "Lockers. They exist. They are here."Hide your children, the lockers are coming!Reply The “Lost In Translation” shower head was no joke !Reply Thank you Samuel & Audrey for mentioning about smoking restaurants. I love the tastes of small restaurants, but not the fact they often are smoking. Please do speak louder. People here are taking seriously about 2020 Olympics & hospitality but not banning smoking in the small restaurants😢And the similar types of hotels to this are called ‘Business Hotels’. Though the room sizes are small, they have all necessities. If you don’t smoke, you should always book no smoking rooms in Japan as there can be really smelly smoking rooms. (S & A might already know this but here’s information for others who don’t know just in case.)Reply That's a really nice hotel. I love how much food they offer, from vending machines to breakfast.Reply That reminds me so much of my hotel room in Japan… despite being 6’3” and on the larger size of life, I loved the tiny bathroom (the robot toilets are weirdly awesome!). Every time I watch your videos I get so jealous of your travels!Reply Que buen Hotel. Los servicios que ofrece son muy buenos !! Y FELICIDADES A FINLANDIA!! SALUDOS SAMUEL Y AUDREY!!! UN SALUDO A TUS PADRES TAMBIÉN. YA EXTRAÑAMOS A DON DANIEL!!Reply Finland gained independency from the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic on December 6, 1917.Reply How many star rating would this hotel have? Looks amazing👍Reply I think wall is thin carefulReply Love the vlog that you guys are making! Keep up the great work! One side note about the lower shower head holder is actually for people who sit down and have their shower. It is very typical to do such thing in a Japanese homeReply Note to self: need cotton overalls. Cool n comfy! That hotel is equipped with so many goodies! I could live there…Reply Hi Sam and Audrey! Now, let me admit the truth ! Am more eager to check out Audrey's outfits first 🙂 and then get engrossed in the video! Love from Chennai, India.Reply Love all the facilities you get in a hotel from the kitchen, to the vending machines and boring as it sounds, the washing machine to do laundry is so convenient!Reply Do sny of tbose drink machines dispense beer?Should've kept watching.Reply Japan is just crazy but I love it, nice videoReply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.