Satan Could Cry Plastered All Over Japanese Capsule Lodge Room



Pictured is a view inside the room, which is covered with DMC art.

DMC all over the place you look!

Capsule rooms could be small, however Satan Could Cry fandom is large. Subsequent month, Anshin Oyado Premier Nagoya Sakae in Nagoya will cowl one in all its capsules with the silver-haired heroes of DMC.

Capsule rooms are tiny, coffin-like rooms with small televisions. The primary capsule lodge, the Capsule Inn Osaka, opened in Osaka’s Umeda district in 1979. Since then, they’ve unfold all throughout the nation. They’ve lengthy been inexpensive choices for these to crash late at evening after lacking the final prepare, however earlier than Japan’s vacationer ban, they had been additionally fashionable, enjoyable choices for worldwide vacationers.

As a part of DMC’s twentieth anniversary, this capsule lodge room has been lined wall-to-wall with Satan Could Cry posters and artwork. Regardless of if you’re sleeping in your left, proper, or your again, you’ll be hunky dudes from Capcom’s stylist demon-hunter sequence.

However, sadly, there’s solely one in all these particular rooms. As Siliconera experiences, those that verify into the lodge between April 1 and April 30 pays for a particular Satan Could Cry package deal for 9,800 yen ($80.55). Company get DMC-theme postcards and a calendar—plus an opportunity to enter a lottery to win an evening within the particular capsule room. Those that don’t win get three coaster mats.

If the winner for the room has been chosen and the day’s allotment of coaster mats has been snapped up, then company should resign themselves to an everyday capsule room the place they will have a look at their DMC postcards and calendar.

Through the years, there have been quite a few lodge room promotions in Japan much like this. However, so far as I do know, that is the primary capsule room to get such therapy. Resulting from the shut quarters, this promotion appears particularly intimate. However actually, who wouldn’t wish to sleep below the watchful eyes of Dante, Vergil, and Nero?