If you're traveling in Japan but still need to get some work done on the fly, you can usually just handle things from the comfort of your hotel room or even check out one of the country's many convenient net cafes. Sometimes you need to really strap yourself down and concentrate for heavier workloads, however. Fortunately, a new "Super Concentration" remote work and self-study space is opening at a convenient location in Tokyo to handle those needs for travelers and residents alike--Coin Space.

The new Coin Space is opening on January 20th right in front of Seiseki Sakuragaoka Station, a major station on the Keio Line with a large number of commuters to and from Tokyo. The facility is meant to address the needs of remote work and online classes becoming more and more common in Japan, but also looks to be a very useful hub for travelers who need to settle into their work on the go as well.

The new 48-seat facility offers power outlets at each seat, as well as Wi-Fi. Private box seats for online meetings and 4-person seats for conferences are also available. Using the facility is easy too; simply scan the QR code placed at each seat to start using the facility immediately without the need for any membership registration that you might find at a net café.

Reasonable rates start at 200 yen per 30 minutes (maximum 1,200 yen per day), and customers are welcome to bring in their own food and drink as well.

The new Coin Space Seiseki Sakuragaoka Opa is located right nearby Sakuragaoka Station in Tokyo (access details available below), and further information about it and the 40 total locations throughout the country can be found at Coin Space's homepage.

Store name: Coin Space Seiseki Sakuragaoka Opa

Opening date: January 20, 2023 (Friday)

Location: Seiseki Sakuragaoka Opa 5F (4-72 Sekido, Tama City, Tokyo)

Opening hours: 10:00 - 21:00

Fee: 200 yen per 30 minutes, 1,200 yen maximum per day, 10,000 yen monthly plan 500 yen per day maximum charge campaign until 2/2

Seats: 48 (1 private room box)

Payment methods: QR code payment, credit card, cash

By - grape Japan editorial staff.