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Opened in October 2018, Share Green Minami Aoyama combines a co-working place, cafe, flower shop and grassy picnic spot. As you enter Share Green, you are met with pots full of dangling vines overhead. Large wooden lounging chairs are spread out in front of the “Symbolic Garden”, a leafy area where you can sip on coffee at a table among the vines and array of small trees and plants.

The cafe, called Little Darling, has a modern spacious design. Further down, you’ll find Solso Park and All Good Flowers, both flower and plant-themed shops that offer an array of colorful flowers, flower arrangements, bonsai and other small trees and plants, as well as fruit-shaped sculptures and unusual flower pots. 

Finally, nestled in the farthest place from the entrance, you’ll find Lifork Minami Aoyama, a communal space which consists of a 160m2 seminar room and a 60m2 lounge. Share Green is the perfect place to cultivate creativity and a productive work style all the while enjoying and being inspired by nature.

Address: 1-12-32 Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku

Website: share-green.com

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