Tokyo’s only community offering
integrated accommodation, offices and childcare.

Situated in a relaxed corner of Tokyo, minutes from the city’s main train line, Ryozan Park offers unique, intimate workspaces, an excellent English preschool, accommodation including a 41-bedroom luxury share house and a variety of event spaces all within a welcoming and lively community.

Work

With six distinct workspaces offering plenty of character and comfort, you’ll find a desk to match any mood.

Live

Our 41-bedroom luxury share house, perfect for single professionals, is always in high demand.

Learn

Ryozan Park Preschool offers curriculum-supported English-language education for children aged two to five.

Event Spaces

Our unique spaces are popular for workshops, private parties, video and photo shoots, exhibitions, and many more.

Work

With six distinct workspaces offering plenty of character and comfort, you’ll find a desk to match any mood. Amenities include a rooftop terrace, well-equipped kitchen and a gym with shower facilities.

Live

Our 41-bedroom luxury share house, perfect for single professionals, is always in high demand.

Learn

Ryozan Park Preschool offers curriculum-supported English-language education for children aged two to five.

Event Spaces

Our unique spaces are popular for workshops, private parties, video and photo shoots, exhibitions, and many more.

Our Mission

“Alone, we can do so little; together, we can do so much” – Helen Keller

Our mission is to enrich the lives of our members by facilitating the exchange of ideas, culture, and friendship through village-style interaction. Work-life balance and diversity are not just buzzwords at Ryozan Park; they are core values. We believe in the power of community to educate, support, and nurture individuals and businesses alike.

Our Locations

Sugamo

A relaxed and well-connected neighbourhood in Northern Tokyo, Sugamo’s highlights include the Jizo Dori shopping arcade, Rikugien, a traditional Japanese garden, the natural hot springs at Sakura Onsen and Tsuta, the world’s first Michelin-starred ramen.

Otsuka

From its excellent izakayas bursting with character and history, volunteer-tended rose beds that line the charming Toden-Arakawa tram line, and open-air events at the newly built plaza outside the station, a strong sense of community binds this northern Tokyo hub.

“… a place where ideas, culture, language, and friendship are shared along with the living and working environment.”

METROPOLIS MAGAZINE

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