Tokyo Chapter is a vibrant community of creatives from all different backgrounds ranging from film and art to entrepreneurship and crypto. We serve as home base to startups and creative agencies, long-term local residents who live in shared and private accommodations, and digital nomads and travelers who live in our private furnished serviced apartments. We offer a smooth landing pad for those settling into life in Tokyo and a route for others who want to tap into the many interesting subcultures offered by the land of the Rising Sun.

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A spacious 340ft² (32m²) in city center plus your own private balcony to boot. Our twenty furnished private apartments come in different flavors: pure white, cozy brown, and warm beige. They feature comfortable bedding with queen size mattresses, a kitchen with fridge, microwave, kettle, plenty of storage space, a cozy armchair, and table and chairs and plenty of room to relax and escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.


Shared spaces and FACILITIES

Our building is a fully renovated mixed use space resting atop a hill on a small quiet side street but only a stone’s throw away from all the action.

Facilities at your fingertips include multiple meeting rooms, a circus themed workout and gym room with free weights, and a shared chef’s commercial kitchen with the latest gadgets and storage space as well as plenty of room to share a meal or host guests.

All common spaces are cleaned daily, free laundry and cleaning supplies. All utilities of course also included, as is the high-end Cisco wifi gear throughout the building.



Akasaka is a residential neighborhood nestled between the palace gardens and prime minister's residence at the heart of Tokyo, and the international business district of Roppongi. Both the endless shopping district of Ginza to the east and the 24/7 craziness of Shibuya to the West are only 3 subway stops away.

Both Tokyo Midtown center (with it's 2 major transport stations, the Ritz Carlton Bar on the 45th floor and a 24/7 grocery store) and Hinokicho Park (with it's peace and calm, beautiful shrine and Tadao Ando's & Issey Miyake's 21_21 Design Sight Museum) are just 100 meters away.


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