Tokyo is the capital city of Japan. With a population of 13.6 million people, it is a leading world city with an estimated $2 trillion local economy. The local transport infrastructure is extensive, including the world’s largest metropolitan train network, multiple expressways and a wide range of international flight connections from Tokyo Narita and Haneda Airports.
With a thriving economy, the area is home to 51 Fortune Global 500 firms, including electronics giants Toshiba, Fujitsu, Panasonic and Sony, as well as automotive companies Honda and Mitsubishi. Tokyo is also home to the Japan Post and Nippon Telegraph, employing over 200,000 people and reporting over $100 billion in annual revenue.
You can find office space at a wide range of locations in Tokyo, with high-speed Internet, utilities and a staffed reception supplied as standard. However, if you are looking for the benefits of a private office without the cost, you may prefer to view our co-working options, with affordable plans available on flexible terms to suit your business needs. We also offer meeting rooms for hire by the hour in many of our centres, or if you are working as you travel, you may wish to use a business lounge, conveniently situated close to the city's major transport interchange hubs. You can also set up a virtual office at any of our Tokyo centres, allowing your organisation to establish an immediate presence in the wider region. We also offer Businessworld membership which can include access to any business centre in the region, suitable for those seeking maximum flexibility.