DROP IN SPACE
FOR CREATIVE WORKS
- INFORMATION INFO.
- Closed days in September 2017 DETAIL
CUTTING EDGE TECHNOLOGY IN HISTORIC KYOTO
MTRL KYOTO is a drop-in style coworking space and makerspace conveniently placed in the center of Kyoto.
Originally unfolding from the concept of bringing together the latest technology
with the traditional crafts and materials Kyoto is so well known for,
MTRL KYOTO was built with the aim of promoting creativity in our city.
COWORKING ¥500 for the first 45 min
Whether you’re a hobbyist, an industry professional, or just looking for a cool place to work, MTRL KYOTO is for you.
Perfect for concentrating on work,
having meetings, or prototyping.
Coffee, beer, and more are available for purchase.
CREATE DIGITAL FABRICATION & PROTOTYPING
MTRL KYOTO has a variety of digital fabrication tools you can use to make just about anything you can think of. Click the button below to learn more about our gear and how to reserve a tool.
MEET LOCAL PROFESSIONALS
AND SHARE YOUR STORY
At MTRL KYOTO we frequently hold events and workshops
big and small with various themes all centered around creativity.
Events are a great place to get inspiration, meet new people,
and network with creative professionals.
PROJECTS Collaboration with FabCafe MTRL
WE LOVE MATERIALS
We’ve got everything from traditional Japanese materials to the newest electronics.
Come browse our growing collection of unique materials and tools.
A toolkit that allows you to record tactile sensations from an object or the body, and play the haptic sensation back to an object or body, thus replaying or extending the experience.
TECHTILE ToolkitA toolkit that allows you to record tactile sensations from an object or the body, and play the haptic sensation back to an object or body, thus replaying or extending the experience.
Sanchu WashiJapanese paper from the mountains of Hida
MESH™ – Smart blockSensor blocks that can be used to design interactive devices
Nishijin OriFine silk fabric from Kyoto Nishijin
Tango Silk CrepeFunctional and delicate fabrics developed through the history and culture of the Kyoto coast
bGeigie NanoA mobile Geiger counter that can be connected to the internet
Human Vision ComponentsSensing components that can detect your condition and send notifications
XEBEC Ceramic Stone™Moldable ceramic grinding stone.
Industrial Waste as MaterialIndustrial waste that had been discarded or recycled in the process of conventional manufacturing and distribution can be repurposed as materials that represent new possibilities.
AgIC Circuit MarkerA pen that enables you to "build a circuit drawn by hand" without using any wiring or soldering.