Blending East & West, Soho House Is All Set To Open Its First Location In Japan’s Tokyo

Over the years, Soho House has evolved into a global network of clubs...

by Tejashee Kashyap
Blending East & West, Soho House Is All Set To Open Its First Location In Japan’s Tokyo

Soho House, the members-only club renowned for its luxurious settings and creative ambience is all set to make a grand debut in Tokyo. It aims to establish its first location in Japan in 2026. This expansion into one of the world’s most dynamic cities reflects Soho House’s commitment to fostering creative communities across the globe.

Soho House Tokyo To Debut Soon


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Over the years, Soho House has evolved into a global network of clubs. Each of the clubs carries the essence of the local environment while maintaining a consistent standard of luxury and creativity. In 2026, Soho House intends to open its first house in Japan. Situated in the Aoyama neighbourhood, near Omotesando, Soho House Tokyo will offer a venue for all individuals. Involved in or employed by the creative industries? Soho House Tokyo is your gateway to socialise, network with fellow creatives, and participate in exclusive events.

Tokyo is a city known for its blend of tradition and innovation. It serves as an ideal location for Soho House. The metropolis is a melting pot of creativity, where cutting-edge technology coexists with ancient culture. It is home to a vibrant arts scene, world-renowned cuisine, and a diverse population that thrives on new ideas and trends.

After Soho House Mumbai, Hong Kong, and Bangkok opened in the past six years, Soho House Tokyo will be the fourth in Asia. Located in a neighbourhood, it is going to be renowned for its independent shops, lively fashion district, and art galleries. The property will span four stories and include event spaces, 42 bedrooms, a rooftop pool and terrace, and club space for members. The interiors of the house will combine the cosy and inviting Soho House style with the elegance of Japanese minimalist design.

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Open To ‘Cities Without Houses’ Membership

Through Cities Without Houses membership, Soho House has been bringing together interesting, diverse Japanese creatives for the past eight years.  Joining Cities Without Houses (CWH) Japan allows creative-minded people to visit Soho Houses worldwide when travelling. You can take advantage of exclusive events both locally in Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, and worldwide. Because of this special membership, the Soho House community can be truly international and diverse. This allows creatives from all over the world to engage with one another even in places without a physical location.

With its carefully designed interiors, diverse membership, and culinary excellence, Soho House Tokyo is set to become a new cultural haven. Japan-based creatives who are interested in joining Soho House’s existing membership community in the city can apply for Cities Without Houses membership here.

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