Koto-ku is located in the eastern part of Tokyo and faces Tokyo Bay. Office space in Koto-ku tends to be more reasonably priced compared to other business districts in Tokyo, and the area has great access to Haneda Airport and downtown Tokyo, making Koto-ku a great location for businesses looking for affordable Coworking Spaces or Satellite Offices in a fast-developing area.
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Koto-ku, along with neighboring Odaiba have seen major new development occur for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, and the opening of the Toyosu Fish Market has drawn a lot of attention to this area. As the area is located at the waterfront area of Tokyo Bay, it has some of the most scenic views in Tokyo, and the Bay Area is marked by many large office buildings and is the major business sector of the Koto-ku. Ariake in Koto-ku has no shortage of great facilities for businesspeople to enjoy, such as Tokyo Big Sight, the Ariake Tennis Park, Tokyo Fashion Town, and a myriad of hotels.
The Koto-ku and Bay Area are home to many rapidly developing areas with a lot of history, including Ariake, Toyosu, and Kameido.
Boasting great access to Haneda Airport and affordable office space, Ariake is a popular location for local and international businesses.
With great access, affordable office space, and recent renewal projects, Toyosu is popular for rental and satellite offices.
Kameido is a commercial area with a rich history and has some of the lowest rent for office space in Koto-ku
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