I just go out recently. I [Sato], who is a natural lover of walking, walks across co-working spaces. It's just like the ladder in the co-working space, despite the fact that it has good facilities for the price. Meanwhile, I discovered.It ’s much easier to work outsideThat!
By the way, the other day, I found a very radical billboard in Shimbashi, Tokyo. The shop"Basis Point"The following sign was written on the signboard at the Shimbashi store:
・ The second floor of Starbucks
"Is it still worn out in a cafe?"
"2F above Starbucks"With Starbucks as a landmark, isn't that selling complaint just a bit extreme? That's not it, baby!
But however! I love that spirit! I'm gonna use it for a moment.What kind of store it is
・ Night atmosphere looks good
So I entered the store immediately. There are monthly contracts and corporate contracts available here, but of course you can drop in and use it on the day. They seem to welcome non-contractors. By the way, Basis Point has six stores in the Kanto region and one store in the Kansai region as of February 21, 2020. There will be some differences depending on the store, but I would like to introduce the Shimbashi store I visited.
First, register as a member when you enter. The registration fee is free. The inside of the store looks like a stylish cafe. Atmosphere looks better at night than during the day. Business hours are from 8 to 22:00 on weekdays and from 10 to 22:00 on weekends and holidays. For those who can concentrate at night, it is a nighttime business that can be saved.
・ Coffee …
The shop has built-in sweets and is just right to fill your hungry.
Not only smartphone charger but also some stationery are always available. Needless to say, power and Wi-Fi are also available.
You can drink soft drinks with free drinks! One thing I was worried about was that coffee and tea were charged.
One cup of coffee is 50 yen. Tea is one T bag, tax not included 150 yen. It was a personal desire, but at least I wanted coffee. Furthermore, it is unfortunately completely non-smoking. Well, given the times, it can't be helped …
・ It seems to be good for rush work
The fee is 200 yen [excluding tax] for the first 30 minutes, and 200 yen [excluding tax] for every 15 minutes extension thereafter. Up to 2,400 yen per day [excluding tax]. In other words, if you work for more than three hours, you'll probably want to pay a daily fee from the start.
There are plenty of other coworking spaces below the price on a one-day basis. So, unless you use it every day with a monthly contract, you may be able to say that Basis Point offers a short usage time. It is the best place to run when you are in a hurry.
・ Information on stores visited this time
Store nameBasis Point Shimbashi
Street addressカ Kashikei Building 2F, 2-19-3 Shimbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
business hoursWeekdays 8: 00-22: 00 Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays 10: 00-22: 00
Reference links:Basis Point