Niseko Chuo Warehouse is a community exchange facility in the area of JR Niseko Station.
Since its opening in 2016, it has been operated as a facility that can be used for various purposes by various people, including townspeople, tourists, and businesses.
There is a free space for free tea talks and small meetings, free wifi, a cafe, a merchandise shop, a kids space lawn open space, etc.
In addition, it can also be used as a space for paid concerts and various events.
Telework can be used separately from free wifi.

The use of teleworking involves the implementation of diverse work styles, the development of work applications (words that combine work and vacation) in combination with tourism resources in Niseko Town, exchanges between users, and opportunities for migration and start-up. Various ripple effects are expected.
In order to promote the use of telework in the central warehouses, we concluded an agreement on cooperative cooperation with a company (MOOR Co., Ltd.) that has actually experienced using telework.
As an initiative based on this agreement, we will start sending information and providing information to corporate members using the central warehouse group telework.

Signing date: 2019 November 5
Partners: MOOR Co., Ltd., Niseko Town
Outline of agreement: Promotion of work based on central warehouses, realization of free and diverse work styles
Information on exchanging information and opinions for cooperation and cooperation
Collaborate on mutually agreed content



Please feel free to contact us if you are interested in using the central warehouse group.


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