Campaign Japan
Jun 7, 2017

Line’s new Tokyo headquarters

The Shinjuku offices provide room to breathe.

In April, Line moved its headquarters from Shibuya to Shinjuku’s Miraina Tower. While the main workspace is nothing out of the ordinary, the overall design makes it very attractive indeed. In addition to the café and pool tables, perks include expansive uncluttered spaces (often hard to find in Tokyo offices), a massage area, an area for children, and plenty of plants and miniature trees.    

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