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Clear Your Schedule: An Experiential Japanese-Inspired Pop-Up Venue Has Opened In Surry Hills

By Renée Ardon-Coppinger

Tokyo House pop-up venue Surry Hills

Looking for an all-day coworking space that transforms into a chic party house filled with a diverse range of talent across mixology, fashion, music, art and food at night? You've come to the right place.

The brilliant minds from Suntory BOSS Coffee are shaking up Surry Hills with their newest creation, Tokyo House—a wonderfully unique celebration of all things Japanese culture and Omotenashi values which is popping up on Crown Street throughout February and March.

At the pop-up venue, you’ll be able to try a specially curated coffee and cocktail list from Bennelong’s very own Taka Shino paired with Japanese bites, while a schedule of incredible music, art, fashion and comic manga drawing sessions happen all around you.

Some of Sydney’s most celebrated creators and collaborators will be fronting the program. In addition to Bennelong's Taka Shino, you'll also find celebrated fashion designer Akira Isogawa, best-selling manga-style comic book author Queenie Chan and heaps more. Plus, you'll get to enjoy live performances from DJ Naiki, DJ Moto and Maya Hiraseudo who'll be spinning breezy beats while you sip on some delectable coffee-inspired tipples.

You’ll also be able to keep up to date with the unfolding program, so head to their page now, and get pumped for a string of fab events in their brand-new concept space.

The Details

What: Tokyo House
When: Friday 17 February - Saturday 4 March
Where: 355 Crown Street, Surry Hills

UPDATE: 2 March, 2023: This event has now sold out.

Editor’s note: this article was produced in partnership with Suntory BOSS Coffee. Thank you for supporting the partners who make Urban List possible. To read our editorial policy, click here.

Images: Supplied

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