Fab Cafe in Tokyo: a Gallery of Things Made by Patrons

Fab Cafe in Tokyo: a Gallery of Things Made by Patrons

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The FabCafe opened in Shibuya, Tokyo in March of this year (See Matt Richardson’s post). It’s a place where people can sip coffee and design things to be fabricated on the spot using FabCafe’s in-house laser cutter (2000 JPY for 30 mins). The FabCafe is run by run by Loftwork and creative directors Toshiya Fukuda.

Here’s a fun photo gallery of things people have made at FabCafe.

8 thoughts on “Fab Cafe in Tokyo: a Gallery of Things Made by Patrons

  1. Make sure you check out the photo gallery. » Why Aren't You Outraged? says:

    […] Fab Cafe in Tokyo: a Gallery of Things Made by Patrons The FabCafe opened in Shibuya, Tokyo in March of this year (See Matt Richardson's post). It's a place where people can sip coffee and design… […]

  2. Xarticle says:

    Turks that their daughter is doing a similar craft,

  3. haber says:

    Turkish name of the lace (:

  4. 0x4368726973 says:

    About $20 for half an hour on a laser. Seems like a pretty good price.

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