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  • meta 1,466 posts

    Yes twin room means two single beds. Very common in Japan. On long stays on solo trips I also sometimes book twin room and use the second bed as storage. I would also absolutely recommend using the luggage service (Yamato or similar) or storage services (available everywhere, but bigger ones at train stations!). You can then travel only with a small carry-on/weekender bag or even rucksack avoiding ‘living out of suitcase’ all together. Yes, it’s an additional cost, but amazing feeling traveling light.

    Alex G 474 posts

    If a twin room sleeps 4,they are probably 2 small doubles – 4 foot or 135cm width.

    You can always message the hotels and ask the bed size.

    A Queen may have a bit more space to move around the room, but twin rooms sometimes have beds that are side by side without a gap. That is also true in the UK.

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