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Cowaki
Kyoto,Japan
3F Emura Building Iwatoyama-cho 440, Shimogyo-ku
http://cowaki.com/
Cowaki was the original coworking space opened in Kyoto.Furnished with both a Japanese style tatami room along with a conventional work space, Cowaki is also notable for its regular foreign clients.

Co-ba
Tokyo,Japan
Fifth Building, 3-26-16 Shibuya
http://tsukuruba.com/co-ba/
Co-Ba is a co-working space with a shared library in the bustling shopping and entertainment district of Shibuya. What Co-ba promotes is a sense communication and collaboration between the members who use the space.

Portal Point
Tokyo,Japan
3F, No.3-5-6, North Aoyama
http://portalpoint.jp/
Portal Point, a hub for like-minded creatives to work together.

Kurkku
Tokyo,Japan
Jingumae 2-18-21, Shibuya
http://www.kurkku-home.jp/
New style creative office

Midori.so
Tokyo,Japan
2F, 3F 3-3-11 Aobadai, Meguro, Tokyo
http://midori.so/
Midoriso is a place where members from different jobs / nationalities / interests and ideas gather creating groups of associates. This new groups made of entrepreneurs are the base to pursue potential ways of working together in the future.

Moboff
Tokyo,Japan
6-5-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku
http://moboff.co.jp/
In a city that is overflowing with young, energetic, and creative people, Moboff is created for these people to come together, work, play, and grow. Moboff is a series of coworking office spaces for entrepreneurs, creators, designers, freelancers, etc.

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