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Sharing Economy

WeWork introduces all-access plan in Japan

Shared-office company eager to ride remote working wave

A public space at WeWork Kamiyacho Trust Tower in Tokyo's Toranomon district. (Photo courtesy of the company)

TOKYO -- WeWork Japan will roll out a monthly membership plan on Dec. 1 that allows users to visit most of its 36 locations in the country for no additional fee.

For a monthly charge of 39,000 yen ($370) per person, users will gain access to the shared workspaces, soundproof phone booths, meeting rooms and pantries of all Japan locations, with some exceptions.

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