While there is nothing outright dishonest in the description or photos, they really don't do a very good job explaining what it's actually like to stay here. The experience is a lot closer to a hostel than a hotel, and even judged as a hostel, this place is severely lacking in amenities.
The "capsules" are really nothing more than claustrophobic bunks. There are over 50 bunks in a single room. This means that your chances of not having a sorer in your room are basically zero.
The only common space in the entire place is the lobby, which is very sparsely furnished. If all the lobby chairs are taken, you have nowhere to sit down but your capsule, where you have to be extremely quite because again, 50 bunks in one room so odds are no matter the time somebody's sleeping. There are no tables or desks available for guests to use.
The bathrooms were very hot and humid, and a single pair of male and female bathrooms serves all 50 bunks. The showers don't have any dressing area, so you're expected to get dressed in the shower stall's vestibule, which doesn't even have enough room to turn around without stepping into the shower itself.
The lockers are all in the lobby, which makes them annoyingly far from the bunks.
Compare this to a hostel, where you'll often find a common room, and bunks separated into smaller dorms, each with their own bank of lockers and bathroom. Not only that, but a typical hostel will be much cheaper than this capsule "hotel".