Japan - the Land of the Rising Sun - is regularly well-known for its picturesque landscapes as well as a great number of impressive things. People have been very familiar with the country’s iconic Mount Fuji and legendary Yakuza, and now they will also know more about Japan thanks to its first esports hotel ever - eZONe Cyber Space. 

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Japan's first esports hotel ever - eZONe Cyber Space.

The special hotel is built up in the Nipponbashi district of Naniwa Ward, Osaka. Doubtlessly, with the allowance for game players to stay in overnight and the current travel restrictions in the world, eZONe Cyber Space will become an ideal shelter for gamers and perhaps a must-visit place when the storm is gone. 

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The third floor is used as a community space and break-time corner as many vending machines can be found here.

Looking from the appearance, the building is designed in a modern and aesthetic way that attracts the attention of many gamers. It has 9 floors in total, the first three of which are in special use for high-quality gaming PC that could support both casual and professional purposes. In detail, the first floor is where most high-end gaming devices are located and where the major events, as well as tournaments, will be organized. Meanwhile, the third floor is used as a community space and break-time corner as many vending machines can be found here. 

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It sees ups and downs from the lowest price at $9 (~Rs. 675) to the highest point that can go up to $75 (~Rs. 5,600) per night.

The next floors, particularly from fourth to sixth, are the areas for capsule-like beds that serve male customers with adequate space for luggage and resting. The seventh floor is used for luxurious purposes because each room is totally private and fully equipped with a premium gaming PC. Moving on to the eighth floor, this is the world for female gamers, with the restriction on male players, obviously. 

In terms of pricing, e-ZONe Cyber Space has a quite affordable price compared to the living standard of the area of Osaka. It sees ups and downs from the lowest price at $9 (~Rs. 675) to the highest point that can go up to $75 (~Rs. 5,600) per night. 

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The hotel is forced to apply several precaution measures that will deny the access of customers having COVID-19 symptoms.

Due to the complicated situation of the ongoing epidemic, the hotel is forced to apply several precaution measures that will deny the access of customers having common symptoms like cough or fever. So, don’t forget to check whether the local restrictions are still effective or not before booking a flight to visit this first esports hotel in Japan.  

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Cafeteria and snack bars in eZONE.
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Remember to wear a mask!
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Professional space for gaming tournaments!
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A private room for couples with a bed and two gaming PCs.
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A series of large screens on the wall.
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The high ceiling makes people feel more comfortable.
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The hotel has a sleek exterior design.