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The best month of your life, in Osaka!
Unleash your appetite for exploration in the city known as ‘Japan’s Kitchen’. Bright, flashy, and energetic, you’ll love logging on in this buzzing port city and cultural center. Taste world-renowned street food and Kobe beef on your lunch breaks, then discover private tea ceremonies and other time-honored traditions after work. And on the weekends? Visit Nara or Kyoto.
What’s included in our 1-month trips
Work remotely and explore the world. We’ll take care of the details, so you can make the most of your month’s adventure.
24/7 access to a centrally located co-working space with strong WiFi
Accommodation (if selected)
Centrally located, apartment or hotel-style accommodations
Leader and Local Team
Full time dedicated staff to manage logistics, curate community, and provide insider knowledge
Work & Play Companions: A diverse, like-minded traveling community, typically ranging from 15-40 in size
A thoughtful mix of sessions, events, & social meets up for you to get the most of the destination and from each other
A month’s of additional curated local and regional adventures for purchase
MEET THE TEAM
Get to know the city with a team of local experts who will:
- Curate unique experiencesboth in & surrounding the destination
Recommend all the best spots so you can havelocal, authentic experiences
Facilitatecommunity buildingwith group events around the city
Make youfeel safe & comfortablein a new environment
Your new office
How to spend your free time
When you’re not busy sampling food from every street stall in town, dive into Japanese culture by taking a dip in an onsen hot spring or getting into the ring with sumo wrestlers. Discover ancient shrines and modern skyscrapers, then spend your weekends exploring Tokyo and Kyoto. Osaka is the perfect place to begin discovering Japan.
Hike Mt KuramaEmbark on a day trip to Mt. Kurama, home to mythical Tengu spirits, and the charming river town of Kibune. Discover ancient temples, shrines, and the pilgrimage routes of olden Japan.
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Osaka Mar 31 - Apr 27, 2024