Event Spaces

Tatami Room • Kitchen • Piano Lounge • Mirrored Studio • Rooftop



A gallery on the second floor of our GRAND coworking space in Sugamo. Featuring a rotation of artists from every corner of the world.

Get in touch with us today to feature your artwork with us.

A reservation-only gallery, Gallery Mugen aims to host the work of both up-and-coming local artists as well as internationally renowned names. It is an intimate space, providing the community with an opportunity for a moment of peace, and a chance to reflect on the art they are viewing.

Gallery Mugen also represents an opportunity to buy some carefully curated art, at an affordable price point, though this is not the main purpose of the space. It is intended as a place to promote art, simply for the joy of viewing art; something that is becoming increasingly rare in an ever-more commercialized world.

Please make a reservation and await confirmation before visiting the gallery. What this takes away from convenience, is made up for in the more personal experience of visiting the gallery. With no permanent gallery staff, visitors are able to enjoy the gallery at their own pace, without the constant sense of being monitored, as can be the case at larger galleries.



An exclusive parlour in the style of a European lodge, Lounge features wooden beams, exposed stonework, Turkish rugs, chaise longues, a piano, and a bar counter.

Perfect for intimate events such as small concerts, soirees, open mics, and wine tastings. Collaborate, brainstorm, let the creative juices flow – even play the piano by the fireplace.

• Access to Lounge is included in membership to ANNEX or CORE



A 160-square-metre multi-functional space with private entrance, a gym/weight room, smooth soft-wood flooring, mirrored walls and a pole-dancing pole.

The White Room frequently hosts dance and exercise classes, lectures, fundraisers, concerts, movie screenings, pop-up shops, parties and many more. Maximum capacity approximately 70.


– Accommodates up to 70 people
– Wi-fi
– White board
– 3 large ice boxes
– Reception desk
– Bar counter
– Pole-dancing pole
– 4K projector with HDMI and Mac cables and 150″ screen
– 2 cordless microphones withstands; 4-person wooden table and chair set
– 70 stacking chairs; 30 floor cushions; 30 stools
– Foldings tables 4 x 45w x 180l x 65h cms; 5 x 60w x 180l x 65h
– Round tables 13 x 60d x 68h; 5 x 60d x 85h

• Prices start from ¥7,000 per hour.
• Discount available for Ryozan Park members

*Prices excluding tax


Kitchen ・Rooftop

Bright office space with desks and a projector, well-equipped kitchen, and tatami dining area are available to rent on weekends and evenings. Access to the rooftop terrace (and use of the BBQ) is available at additional cost.

Perfect for lectures, pop-up food and drink events, and workshops. Baby changing facilities, high chairs, and a soft mat play space make Family particularly convenient for small children.


Office Space
– 7 desks (accommodating 40 people total ) + 50 seats
– Tatami room: 2 desks (accommodating 15 people) + 7 baby seats

– 355L Refrigerator
– Microwave Oven
– Toaster
– IH Stove: 3
– Hot-Water Pot · Coffee Maker
– Mixer (Vitamix)
– Frying pan x 3 · Pots x 8
– Cutting board x 8 · Kitchen knife x 4
– Mixing bowls x 3 · Colander x 4
– Plates (white) : large x 5, medium x 14, small x 45
– Small wooden bowls x 7 · large ceramic bowl x 18
– Knife, fork, spoon x 25 sets
– Water glasses x 45
– Champagne glasses x 93
– Other basic cooking utensils

– Wi-Fi · White board · Projector + Screen · sound equipment · microphone x 2
– Lockers
– Diaper changing table

• Prices start from ¥7,000 per hour.
• Discount available for Ryozan Park members

*Prices excluding tax

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    Our Locations


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


    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.

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