Japanese Lifull Co. Ltd. has introduced a new service to supply shared satellite offices and accommodation facilities nationwide against upfront rental charges to its registered members. 

LivingAnyWhereCommons (LAC) is a community that practices lifestyles not tied to a home or an office.  The community member can share and use LAC spaces all across the country.

There is a monthly fee of Y25,000 ($231 U.S.) for an individual, Y6,000 ($55.4 U.S.) for one day tenant, and Y35,000 for one week stay. Corporate member fees are in the range of Y50,000 and Y250,000.

Lifull owns property vertical Homes.co.jp, aggregator Trovit, and digital classified group Mitula. Based in Tokyo, it has a presence in 57 countries. The company also owns and operates vacation rentals business Rakuten Lifull Stay Inc. in partnership with Rakuten Inc..

Short-term rental marketplace OyoLife.co.jp – a joint venture between Yahoo Japan and Indian hotel startup Oyo – relies on the same business model by supplying furnished, easy-to-use and convenient rental properties nationwide.

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