1 Coworking Spaces in Tsu

Kaidan in Tsu

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About Tsu

The capital city of Mie Prefecture, Tsu sits on Ise Bay on the coast of the Pacific Ocean with parts of the city within the Muro-Akame-Aoyama Quasi National Park in central Japan with an estimated population of around the 279,304 mark. Originally a port town known as Anotsu, it was destroyed by a tsunami in 1498. Rebuilt under the Tokugawa shogunate, it was during the Edo period that it became a popular resting point for travelers to the Ise Shrine that sits about 40km to the southeast. If you are into history you will have to check out the Ojo Park where the ruins of the Tsu Castle stand and the cherry blossoms arrive in the spring. If history bores you, then you should take a walk around the Mie Prefectural Art Museum and gawk at the modern Japanese painting on display, as well as works by Chagall and Dali. The hot spring resort that is mentioned in the 11th Century "Pillow Book of Sei Shōnagon" is the perfect place to run to when you are over thinking too much whilst doing stuff in your coworking space.

There are quite a few students running amok in the city as it is home to the prefecture's only national university, Mie University and there is also the Tsu City College, the Takada Junior College plus the Mie Prefectural College of Nursing. The tech savvy youth of Tsu are taking advantage, as are all the youth and inventive souls of Japan, of the government's support offered to startups. Many fledgling companies are getting into health care, agritech, Internet of Things, enterprise software plus artificial intelligence with commercial development on the moon on the top of the agenda list.

From dreaming of space unicorns to maybe just getting a bit of work done, coworking venues are the place where the locals are hanging out, sharing ideas and getting their dreams into the space of reality.