Paul Padier

I spent three weeks working remote from Osaka, and needed a place to work that offered more than just the WiFi of your average coffee shop. Osakan Space was just that: a comfortable, lively-yet-quiet office where I could be productive and get stuff done, as well as enjoy the company of great people working on all kinds of awesome projects. I was much more productive than I would have been staying in an apartment all day, and much less alone than I would have after three weeks in a coffeeshop. If you’re in Osaka and need a desk, come check it out!