Shoin Wolfe has been investigating the best workspaces that you can find in Tokyo to work remotely. In his blog post he is offering us a regularly updated list of the best places you can find all over Tokyo.
A cafe in an hotel with a nice outdoor area opened from early in the morning to late at night.
A creative cafe surrounded by a relaxed atmosphere.
Living Room Cafe
A little expensive place that make it up with its fanciness.
TimeOut Tokyo Cafe
A place for jazz music lovers who likes creative and artistic vibes.
A cafe with no free wifi but in a beautiful piece of modern architecture.
A big brand name’s co-working space, free of charge where social interactions are encouraged.
A three floor space including a basement and a rooftop area to get contrasting ideas.
Starbucks (Roppongi hills)
A Starbucks a little less crowded than the others thanks to an additional basement, to enjoy the usual Starbucks in a calmer atmosphere.
Deus Ex Machina
A minimalist cafe separated in small rooms which sell great sandwiches.
Nothing Better Cafe
An almost empty cafe during the week in a great location in between Harajuku and its back-side.
Unfortunately no place for the moment.
A calm coffee place in this busy area with a lot of coffee flavors to try.
1F~2F of Toranomon Hills
A path in between two floors full of coffee shops with seats right by the window to enjoy a piece of nature in the city.
A fast food chain with good spaces and facilities but a little noisy for working.
Surely you will find the best place for you to work remotely in this list. To keep up to date with his latest information, read the whole post here and bookmark it for checking back later!
For the last 4 years. I’ve worked out of maybe a hundred cafes and co-working spaces all over Tokyo. Here’s a regularly updated list of my favorite remote work cafes and co-working spaces.