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BOSS Coffee TOKYO HOUSE incarnation: Co-working space by day, cocktail bar by night.

Given the Japanese way of reinventing things and infusing them with its idiosyncratic, often inexplicable je-ne-sais-quoi, what better way for a Sydneysider to experience the unique Japanese art of hospitality could there be than what Suntory BOSS Coffee has incepted with its current TOKYO HOUSE Pop-Up Experience in Sydney.

Featuring curated events substantiated by sustenance ranging from exclusive cocktail concoctions via curated food pairings, Sydney’s minimalist TOKYO House will serve as the stage for top Japanese talent in mixology, fashion, music, art, and design, to incarnate from 17 February to 04 March 2023.

With the day component being comprised of the provision of a co-working space, including charging stations, lightspeed WIFI, all of which are fuelled by the flash brewed, well-balanced Suntory BOSS Coffee range, the night version is geared towards catapulting one into the depths of the never not intriguing maze that makes Tokyo unique.

Evening events include bookable experiences that range from artistic performances, live music to manga-style demonstrations and fashion showcase to multidisciplinary art installations, with highlights including a showcase by Tokyo-born cocktail creator Taka Shino, performances by singer Maya Hirasedo, Jade Kenji, and a stellar line-up of DJs including DJ Moto, DJ 14strk, DJ Kase Avila, DJ Haru, and DJ Naiki.

The pop-up also features COMICS+COFFEE sessions with manga artist Queenie Chan, artworks by Midori Furze, and a fashion showcase by Maillot and Akira Isogawa.

Tickets are now available for both day and night sessions and can be booked via:


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