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Brief Published: 9 Sep 2011

The Terminal Café, Tokyo


The Terminal in Harajuku, Tokyo is a new café-cum-creative-workspace, aiming to combine community spirit with a productive working environment.

Designed by local designer Masato Sekiguchi and run by Think Green Produce – a local company that specialises in giving new life to disused buildings – The Terminal’s interiors are neutral and relaxed, courtesy of an abundance of simple wooden furniture and serene white walls.

Although the main room is fully equipped to cater for the needs of creative professionals with Wi-Fi and large iMac computers installed with Adobe’s Creative Suite software, the emphasis is on relaxation and socialising. The spaces offer sofas to unwind on, magazines and books for inspiration, and a selection of refreshments from coffee to beer. Two private meeting rooms, a function room and a rooftop terrace add an additional allure.

See Nomadic Workspaces for similar spaces.

The Terminal

Think Green Produce