ACCEA with coworking space opens in Kagoshima Chuo Terminal Building

PUBLISHED Oct 11, 2021

The counter seating area of ACCEA CAFÉ

ACCEA Kagoshima Chuo Branch, an on-demand printing store with a coworking space, opened in Kagoshima City on September 28. It is located on the first floor of the Kagoshima Chuo Terminal Building, in front of Kagoshima Chuo Station.

The store offers various on-demand printing services, including photocopying and printing, document binding, business card speed sprinting, lamination, and poster printing. It is equipped with the latest printing equipment and has a coworking space called ACCEA CAFÉ.

The café has 25 seats. Three of them are private booths for working remotely, and the usage charge is 275 yen for 30 minutes with free drinks. “Users can bring in their own food and drinks, takeout food from nearby restaurants, or use delivery services,” said Yoshitomi Seiji, the manager.

ACCEA’s Biz SPOT application, released in August, provides a business communication environment. By registering as a member, users can match businesses with other app members nationwide and find people with the type of work and skills they need. “For example, if you want to make a poster, you can use the app to find a designer or illustrator, have a meeting at ACCEA café, and then have it printed at the ACCEA store,” he explained.

Yoshitomi added: “Since we are in front of the station, we have many customers from other prefectures. I hope many people will use it as a new coworking space, just like a regular café. I also recommend it to students who cannot go to libraries due to the COVID-19 pandemic.”

Opening hours: 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

  • ACCEA CAFÉ, a coworking space at ACCEA Kagoshima Chuo Branch

  • ACCEA CAFÉ, a coworking space at ACCEA Kagoshima Chuo Branch

  • Private booths at ACCEA Kagoshima Chuo Branch

  • The exterior of ACCEA Kagoshima Chuo Branch