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Demand for coworking space in Tokyo is high in demand by entrepreneurs, freelancers and teams of all sizes looking for affordable office space and collaborative work environments. 

These are just a few of the coolest offices to choose from: 

 

100-0006, Tokyo, Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku

This modern building is located in front of Yurakucho Station and has direct access to Tokyo Metro and East Japan Railway. 

What’s the space like?

This coworking space is situated on Level 12 of the building in Yurakucho, a famous area for shopping, galleries and eateries as well as a respected commercial area.  

Standout perks

Enjoy 24-hour access and videoconferencing equipment plus complimentary beverages. 

 

       

101-0054, Tokyo, Kanda-Nishikicho

This building is strategically situated in the centre of Tokyo, with Jimbōchō a mere six minutes away on foot. Taxis are available with parking facilities close to the offices. 

What’s the space like?

Whether you are looking for a single desk, coworking area or modern, private office space, you’ll find something to fit any size team here. Tenants have access to contemporary meeting rooms, soundproof phone booths, and stylish breakout areas and shared kitchens. 

Standout perks

Spend downtime in the wellness room and enjoy flexible terms that suit your needs. 

 

       

105-0001, Tokyo, Toranomon

Home to several corporate headquarters, this building is strategically situated in Toranomon - a thriving business area. Both Kasumigaseki and Toranomon Stations are close by and you will find taxis readily available.

What’s the space like?

This energetic coworking space has plenty of natural light, and lounges are filled with art that honours the area’s rich history. Choose between private offices or big coworking areas, all creatively decorated. You can spend time in the living-room style common areas during your breaks. 

Standout perks

Modern meeting rooms can be booked online, and the shared kitchen offers free tea, coffee and fruit water. The offices also have an onsite wellness room for tenants to use. 

 

       

105-0003, Tokyo, Hibiya Central Building, Minato-Ku

This building is situated only three stops from Tokyo Station via the JR line. It is strategically positioned in the centre of the business district, next door to Japan’s famous subway system. 

What’s the space like?

This cowrorking space is a landmark building of Hibiya, offering panoramic views over Hibiya Park and Tokyo Tower.  

Standout perks

Enjoy being close to the Ginza area, which is famous for its shopping and restaurants.

 

       

107-0061, Tokyo, Kita-Aoyama, Minato-Ku

Experience some of the most impressive architecture Tokyo has to offer in the urban Omotesando area. As the city’s fashion centre, this modern area is also home to some of the top high-tech multimedia and business venture companies. This building lies next to three subway lines in Omotesando Station, which is great for commuters. 

What’s the space like?

If you’re looking for high-tech, this outstanding landmark building has everything to offer with its technologically equipped suites and offices.

Standout perks

This building’s location in the fashionable Omotesando area means it boasts a variety of high profile tenants. 

       

107-0062, Tokyo, Minami Aoyama

These offices are ideally situated for easy commuting. The centre is a few minutes from Chiyoda Line at Nogizaka Station and has onsite bike storage for those using bicycles to travel.

What’s the space like?

This contemporary coworking office in Akasaka is dog-friendly and offers a great location, resources and assistance from the onsite staff. 

Standout perks

Unwind in a games room, or access onsite showers after a bike commute. 

 

       

150-0001, Tokyo, Jingumae

This office space is located in the centre of Shibuya district, with a vast number of shops and restaurants on its doorstep. 

What’s the space like?

This modern space has a variety of offices to choose from, like hot desks, dedicated desks or private offices for teams up to 50 people. Large breakout areas are perfect for networking.  

Standout perks

Enjoy a brainstorm room with walls that can be written on, as well as stand-up friendly furniture. 

 

       

1500002, Tokyo, Shibuya

This office is located in a fashionable area in Tokyo, facing the famous Aoyama Street. It’s also a short five-minute walk from Shibuya Terminal station. 

What’s the space like?

This collaborative coworking space offers fully furnished shared work areas. Onsite staff are able to connect tenants with various professionals, like lawyers or tax specialists.

Standout perks

This space is modern and strategically located. 

 

       

160-0004, Tokyo, Kojimachi

The centre is located near the Yotsuya station and a short stroll away from Wakabahigashi Park and Shimizudani Park.

What’s the space like?

This coworking space offers stylish private offices, art-filled lounges and conference rooms for both small and big teams. Enjoy spending your downtime in sleek breakout areas and common areas.

Standout perks

The location is great for those who commute. 

 

       

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