Japanese theme park, Huis Ten Bosch, is planning to introduce spherical floating sleeping pods, reports The Japan Times.
The top part of the capsule is a glass-domed bedroom where guests can lie and gaze at the stars.
They will drift to an off shore island overnight and wake up to a host of leisure attractions.
The Dutch-themed park in Sasebo is in the process of developing the uninhabited island which faces Omura Bay.
The sleeping pods are intended to attract tourists from both home and abroad.
The park’s operator is no stranger to creating innovative tourist attractions. In 2015, it launched Henn na Hotel. The hotel is staffed by robots who act as porters, room cleaners and receptionists.
Image courtesy HUIS TEN BOSCH CO./ VIA KYODO