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Shared offices cater to Japan's work-style reforms

Rental spaces aimed at saving time, increasing productivity

TOKYO -- Shared offices are cropping up in Japan, finding a niche as companies reform their working styles. The offices are designed to allow employees working outside the company office to do their work for short periods of time. Many are located in the suburbs so that employees caring for children can do their work without having to commute to their office.

In April, Mitsui Fudosan launched Workstyling Project, a rental office service with private rooms and meeting spaces for corporate customers, in Tokyo and other regions.

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