Previous Next DEVELOPING HARDWARE STARTUP ECOSYSTEM IN TOKYO Guiding you drive business in Tokyo TOKYO FABHUB help you develop business in Tokyo with a network of more than 100 small factories in Tokyo. We offer opportunities for foreign companies, institutions, and entrepreneurs to work with the partners in our wide and diverse network. Manufacturing Manufacture your…
30 academicians from various universities and colleges in Assam, India On July 26, 2019, TOKYO FABHUB conducted a seminar at Ito International Research Center, University of Tokyo, for 30 academicians from Assam, India. It was a part of one week program for the mission visiting various universities and institutions in Japan. Tokyo Fabhub was requested…
Tokyo Fabhub worked with Hitotsubashi University ICS on coordinating one week program on super-aging society Japan for global EMBA students.
Tokyo Fabhub has arranged a program for the Ambassador and the members of the Embassy of Republic of Zambia visiting various small factories in Tokyo.
TOKYO FABHUB had been working as a team member of Hitotsubashi ICS to organize and coordinate a weeklong program, Global Network Week 2018 (GNW 2018), on super-aging society in Japan for global executive MBA students. GNW 2018 is a program of Global Network for Advanced Management (GNAM), a network of 32 prestigious business schools around the world, pursuing to advance innovation in management education.
Miyoshi Inc. is a maker’s choice for manufacturing a simple mold for plastic injection molding. The owner is an environmentalist, who are keen on the sustainability of our environment.
Starting January 2018, Tokyo Fabhub has launched Tokyo Factory Discovery Program, a new program for foreign entrepreneurs to seek business opportunities in collaboration with small factories in Tokyo.
Tokyo Fabhub and Ogawa Technical Works conducted a mechanical design workshop for students of Sasaki Laboratory of Tokyo University of Science (TUS) on November 30, 2017, at Katsushika, Tokyo.
This is the video of our factory tour program in Katsushika, Tokyo on Sept. 27, 2017, with students of the Sasaki Lab, Tokyo University of Science.