Serviced Office Space



Office space in Japan can be a huge expense. Most leases can require as much as 8 to 12 months deposit, thank-you money (a gift to the landlord just for being allowed to rent the space) and long commitments. With Tokyo having some of the most expensive office space costs in the world, Tricor provides all-inclusive office space for small head count clients for one flat fee and zero deposit. With only 30 days’ notice to move out, clients find Tricor’s serviced office space a flexible and affordable option in Tokyo.

Competing serviced office space companies may offer bargain rates during the sales process, but don’t be fooled when you see the price they show you. As serviced office space is usually their core business, they only make money when they charge for everything from using meeting rooms to Internet connection and phone fees. Tricor Japan houses serviced office space and our back-office services in one location so we don’t need to charge extra for items that should already be included.

Tricor Serviced Office Space is located on the 9th and 14th floors of the Oak Minami-Azabu Building on Meiji Dori in the Minato Ward of Central Tokyo.

Office Space Benefits:

  • Your back-office support in the same building
  • A flat monthly fee for all amenities and conference room usage
  • No deposit and only 30 days’ notice needed to leave

Amenities include:

  • Fully furnished interior by Herman Miller
  • Dedicated phone lines
  • High-speed Internet access
  • Bilingual receptionist
  • Unlimited meeting room access
  • Relaxation and common areas
  • IT help desk support
  • All utilities included


Floor Details

Views from Outside

The Oak Minami-Azabu Building is the tallest structure in the Minami-Azabu area. Located on Meiji Dori (Tokyo’s largest road), it has easy access to Hiroo Station (12-minute walk), Shirokane-takanawa Station (8-minute walk), Shibuya Station (15-minute bus ride) and all other business districts (between 5 and 15 minutes by taxi). Towering over the surrounding buildings, it is a landmark in itself on the south end of central Tokyo.

Reception and Meeting Rooms (2F)

Equipped with bilingual receptionists, two boardrooms and three intimate meeting rooms, the 2F is shared by Tricor employees and serviced office space tenants alike.  Simply give reception a call when you need to book a room, send a package or order supplies.  If you have guests our team will contact you, escort your guest to the appropriate meeting room,  and serve them water, tea or coffee.  If you have any issues they are there to help by contacting IT or building management to support as needed.  If you have any unique requests, additional costs may apply.

Office Floor (9F) – Asian Forest

Guests entering this floor are greeted by an Asian forest along a dry riverbed of stone. The translucent walls allow natural light to reach every walking space on the floor. There is one shared boardroom named Kawabata, after the Nobel Prize–winning author and novelist. There is also a shared intimate meeting room with video conferencing named after the philosopher Confucius. The printing area is private, and the rentable server rack is completely enclosed for security. This floor is stunning, and we invite you to come see it for yourself.

Office Floor (14F) – East Meets West

East meets West on the top floor of our building. The Japanese motif and design include a Zen garden and “shouji”-inspired walls that mimic traditional Japanese paper walls. The alternation of solid sandstone-colored walls and translucent walls represents the islands of Japan standing proudly in the Pacific.