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Osaka, Abeno Harukas

Office and co-working space in Osaka, Abeno Harukas

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Overview

Calling Japan’s tallest building home, and sitting above its largest department store, Regus Osaka Abeno Harukasu has placed flexible working within the centrepiece of the highly commercial Abeno ward. This location is part of the incredible Abenobashi Terminal complex – a truly multi-purpose facility incorporating the Osaka Abenobashi train station, Kintetsu department store, and Osaka Marriott Miyako Hotel. Working from this well-connected skyscraper gives any business an extra level of magnitude, with its spectacular 7m-high foyer, rooftop garden and 60th-floor observation deck.

Throughout the business centre, you can choose to work from private offices, co-working areas or meeting rooms – each with high-speed Wi-Fi and professional administrative support as standard. Besides the train terminal itself, the location has multiple transport links, with the Abenobashieki, AbenoHarukasu and Abenobashi bus stops just outside and your choice of Tennōji train station or Tennojiekimae tram station just a short walk away. There’s very little that isn’t available within the complex. Shops, restaurants, hotels, transport links, green space and even the Abeno Harukasu Art Museum are only an elevator ride away. But even so, by crossing the road you’ll find yourself in Tenshiba Park, connected to Osaka Tennōji Zoo and its famed nocturnal animal house.

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Location

By Road:

  • Near the intersection "Tennouji ekimae"

By Air:

  • About 55 minutes by limousine bus from Kansai International Airport to Abeno Harukas
  • About 30 minutes by limousine bus from Osaka Itami Airport to Abeno Harukas

By Public Transport:

  • Subway Midosuji Line - Tanimachi Line - JR "Tennoji" station directly connected
  • Kintetsu Minami Osaka Line "Osaka Abenobashi" Station Directly Connected
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Calling Japan’s tallest building home, and sitting above its largest department store, Regus Osaka Abeno Harukasu has placed flexible working within the centrepiece of the highly commercial Abeno ward. This location is part of the incredible Abenobashi Terminal complex – a truly multi-purpose facility incorporating the Osaka Abenobashi train station, Kintetsu department store, and Osaka Marriott Miyako Hotel. Working from this well-connected skyscraper gives any business an extra level of magnitude, with its spectacular 7m-high foyer, rooftop garden and 60th-floor observation deck.

Throughout the business centre, you can choose to work from private offices, co-working areas or meeting rooms – each with high-speed Wi-Fi and professional administrative support as standard. Besides the train terminal itself, the location has multiple transport links, with the Abenobashieki, AbenoHarukasu and Abenobashi bus stops just outside and your choice of Tennōji train station or Tennojiekimae tram station just a short walk away. There’s very little that isn’t available within the complex. Shops, restaurants, hotels, transport links, green space and even the Abeno Harukasu Art Museum are only an elevator ride away. But even so, by crossing the road you’ll find yourself in Tenshiba Park, connected to Osaka Tennōji Zoo and its famed nocturnal animal house.

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