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WORKSHOP VIDEO: Tokyo Hackerspace new Shibuya location tour

Posted on Thursday, December 13th, 2012 in Global Geek, Hackerspace, Videos by Ian

Tayken, from the forum and the Akihabara video, takes us on a tour of Tokyo Hackerspace’s new location. The shop was in a frenzy preparing for the Tokyo Maker Faire during our filming.

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5 Responses to “WORKSHOP VIDEO: Tokyo Hackerspace new Shibuya location tour”

  1. Sjaak says:

    This space is so much better then the old one! Hoping to visit you in the new place

  2. Jud says:

    Looking Good, Tayken!

  3. MRE says:

    Id say it has its pros and cons. Location is a big plus, as it gets a lot of foot traffic on Tuesday nights and for classes, since people can justify stopping in on their way home.

    Negative would be the layout and condition of the space makes it difficult to do some types of projects.
    But, we have some interesting things planned for 2013!

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