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Tokyo hackerspace first visit

Posted on Thursday, December 8th, 2011 in conferences by Ian

Tokyo hackerspace is a house in a residential neighborhood. On our first trip it was pouring rain, so unfortunately we didn’t get pictures of the outside. Sjaak will have more pictures after his visit later this week.

More photos below the fold.

Drill press, tools, supplies. THS even has a backyard for outdoor activities.

Soldering stations ready for the temporary hackerspace at Maker Meeting.

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3 Responses to “Tokyo hackerspace first visit”

  1. tayken says:

    Sorry, Sjaak was too busy explaining BP also he forgot his camera I guess :D

    Come when the weather is suitable, we can have great BBQs, we have our own chef :)

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