These Japanese hotels are run almost entirely by robots - and they want to expand to 100 more locations

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These Japanese hotels are run almost entirely by robots - and they want to expand to 100 more locations

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Japan now has two hotels run almost entirely by robots. The Hen'na Hotels are owned by low-cost travel agency H.I.S. Co. The hotels are in Nagasaki and Tokyo, Japan. There are robots to help you check in to the hotel, robots to carry your luggage to your room, and robots to haul your trash away. Even the fish in the lobby's tank are robots. H.I.S. Co. wants to open 100 more robot-run hotels in the next few years.

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