Not sure where to start when searching for coworking spaces? We’ve put together a list of the best in Tokyo to help you start on the right foot.
In Tokyo, the coworking spaces scene is on the up as entrepreneurs across the city seek places to collaborate and think big. https://www.thedigitalnomad.asia/ gives you a rundown of some of our favorite Coworking spaces in Tokyo to keep an eye out for.
Right next to Roppongi Hills, the Blink Community attracts an international crowd. In their five floors of workspaces, you’ll find many English speakers as well as workshops hosted in different languages. A stylish space in hues of greys, events here focus on how startups can build their brands. Covering a diverse range of evenings from pitch nights helping businesses grow their network to concerts held by classical violinists, you can be assured there’ll be something for you, too.
The Hive Jinnan
The Hive prides itself on its tight-knit community across Asia, and this place is no exception. Located in the bustling neigh bour hood of busy Shibuya, it is just one part of their network of 22 locations across the Asia Pacific, all of which can be accessed according to your membership plan. Envisioned by Soho House lead designer, James Waterhouse, the three-storey space breathes comfort. Head to the bar and cafe with outdoor seating on the ground floor to grab some fresh air before you head back to work at their clean, minimalist workspaces. Visitors here are made to feel more than welcome, thanks to their enthusiastic team, and are encouraged to make the most of the community at their fingertips – think regular members’ brunches, wine tastings, a networking service, and exclusive fireside chats with industry leaders who share their personal journeys to success. Bonus: Pop by and ask about their ‘Tryout Tuesdays’ to spend a day seeing what the buzz is all about.
Ryozan Park is a child-friendly workspace in a relaxed corner of Tokyo. Running their very own English preschool in Otsuka that is integrated with a shared office, you can spend time with your children in the morning before work, attend meetings in their chic spaces at the Core in Otsuka or in the Annex in Sugamo, both within walking distance of each other, and finally unwind in their Lounge in Sugamo where you can chat by the fireplace. The variety of themed spots is what makes Ryozan stand apart from the others.