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A Rilakkuma Stay in Kanagawa

Two new hotel rooms opening at Maholova Minds Miura

Maholova Minds Miura Tokyo Bay is located just a short train ride away from the Kamakura area, and includes rooms with ocean views, hot spring baths, and themed rooms. The newest themed rooms at the hotel incorporate two iconic characters – Rilakkuma and Korilakkuma – in collaboration with San-X Co., Ltd.

Photo: Shiki no Shizensha Co., Ltd.

The Rilakkuma room covers a space of 120 square meters and can accommodate up to 6 guests. There are Rilakkuma motifs throughout the room, from the bedding to the sofas and even the wall decor.

The Korilakkuma room is slightly smaller at 80 square meters, and it can accommodate up to 4 guests. This room takes on a bright pink color palette, and similar to the Rilakkuma room has themed bedding, sofas, and wall decor.

If the rooms themselves weren't cute enough, guests receive several extra perks for staying in them. Each booking will receive a Rilakkuma and Korilakkuma plush toy set, a set of four Rilakkuma donuts, a bottle of mineral water with Rilakkuma on the label, and a Rilakkuma face towel, plus a commemorative Maholova Minds Miura x Rilakkuma tote bag to store all of the goodies in. Other Rilakkuma products will be sold at the hotel, so other guests who aren't staying in the new rooms can still get in on the fun.

Photo: Shiki no Shizensha Co., Ltd.

Reservations for the Rilakkuma and Korilakkuma rooms can be made online from 10 am on April 3rd, with the rooms available for stays from April 21st. Visit the official website here to start planning your visit.

Getting there

Maholova Minds Miura Tokyo Bay is located approximately 7 minutes on foot from Miurakaigan Station, which is served by the Keikyu Kurihama Line. Shuttle bus services are also available from the station.

For those who opt to drive, on-site parking is available for up to 200 vehicles.

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Sleiman Azizi a year ago
Give me an ocean view anytime!
Sleiman Azizi a year ago
Like Japan needs more train sets 😄

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