We provide and grow something
that will be loved throughout the ages

The Japanese word “KABUKU” comes from “kabuki”. Kabuki is said to have originated in the early 17th century when it was first performed by the dancer Izumo-no-Okuni with the most unique costume and staging and it has became one of Japanese traditional arts today. Thus “KABUKU” took root to describe a cutting edge looking and behavior with the power to bring in a new era. We believe to “KABUKU” is to discover and create new values and to foster them as a sophisticated culture. We, as a group of “KABUKU”, will create something new that the world has never seen before and that will be loved throughout the ages.

What we do

With the core digital fabrication technology, we develop services that fuse hardware, software and design for enterprise, digital creator, and factory. At the same time, we also participate in industry-government-academia research for cutting-edge technologies.


Masahiko Inada
President, Founder
He conducted research about AI at University of Tokyo. He was digital planner and marketer at Hakuhodo Inc., and received numerous prizes such as Cannes Lions.
Masahiko Adachi
Director, Founder
He’s interested in new technologies. AI, Java VM, Android and Cloud have grabbed his heart. And now, he’s fascinated with 3D printer. He is part of GDE(Android).
Rinkak is a digital fabrication platform providing 3D printing solutions to enterprise, 3D creator, and factory for supporting digital creators worldwide.

Digital Made Magazine is a daily web media which serves the latest information about digital fabrication like 3D printing.
Traditional craft x 3D Printing
On June 7, The Nikkei introduced Kabuku, a 3D Printing-related startup company in Japan, on its media.
Published the guidebook on 3D printing "Practical Guide on 3D Printing" in Formosan version
A free magazine, 9tone for Spring 2016 introduced our service on its media.
Nikkan-Kogyo-Shimbun for Apr 5. 2016 introduced our service on its media.
Innovation Starts with Children: Kabuku and Microsoft use Minecraft to inspire about 3D Printing and Programming in Schools
Kabuku Inc., translated the description of the new 3D print file format "3MF" into Japanese.
Company Name
Kabuku Inc.
CEO Masahiko Inada
Description of Business
Development, Design, Research and Operation of integrated(hardware and software) web service, 3DCAD/CG software.
1F Watabishi Building, 5-17-17 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo. 160-0022,JAPAN