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Akiba’s video tour of Akihabara electronic shops

Posted on Monday, April 30th, 2012 in components by DP

From the comments on our earlier Akihibara Electric Town tour post:

Tokyo Hackerspace has a video tour of most shops. Some have a website, some don’t and if they have, it’s in Japanese. But here is a spoiler

Thanks Tayken! Via the comments.

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