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At Tokyu Hands shop in Tokyo

Posted on Tuesday, December 4th, 2012 in Global Geek by DP

Ian takes a tour of the Tokyu Hands shop during his Tokyo Maker Faire visit. Pictured above are some basic electronic kits and LEDs.  More pics below the fold.

Acrylic resins and fiberglass supplies

Nice bits of acrylic tubing and rods

Crafts section at Tokyu Hands DIY

Acrylic sheet wall

Calorie counting stairs at Tokyu Hands day store inTokyo

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One Response to “At Tokyu Hands shop in Tokyo”

  1. Jon Fleig says:

    When I visited the Tokyu Hands store in Nagoya, I didn’t see the electronic parts or acrylic sheet display. Then again, I was just looking for a buckwheat hull pillow (Soba Gara Makura).

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