Democratizing the Manufacturing World

The Japanese word “KABUKU” comes from “Kabuki”, meaning to create values and foster them as a sophisticated culture. We will make society creative through the manufacturing world we democratize.
B2B Solutions
Traditional Craft x 3D Printing
Kabuku presents its mass customization projects in the automotive industry and explains the impact of 3D printing on the logistics sector to a delegation from the German Federal Ministry of Transport
Kabuku MMS, the cloud software for 3D printing business automation, released in version 2.0 with major changes to pricing, features and UI
Kabuku strengthens on-demand manufacturing service with patent-pending AI manufacturing methods and factory optimization technology〜Portfolio of strategic patents for on-demand manufacturing services〜
Kabuku and Nippon Express Announce Business Tie-up for Global Logistics in the Digital Manufacturing Business〜 Building a global logistics system in the digital manufacturing areak〜
Announcement of the Results for the Kabuku and Unitcom cosponsored International 3D Print Design Contest「LEVEL∞ AIR VENT HACK DESIGN CONTEST」
Kabuku develops a sales support system for hybrid manufacturing 3D metal printers 〜Complicated estimation is greatly simplified and sped-up〜
Company Name
Kabuku Inc.
CEO Masahiko Inada
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.

CTO Masahiko Adachi
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).
Description of Business
  • On-demand manufacturing service
  • Manufacturing management cloud service for factories and manufacturers
  • Digital fabrication marketplace
  • Digital manufacturing enterprise solutions
1F Watabishi Building, 5-17-17 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo. 160-0022, JAPAN
Main Client
Toyota Motor, Honda Motor, SQUARE ENIX, Olympus, THE LOFT, Isetan Mitsukoshi, Microsoft Japan, DENTSU, Hakuhodo, Fuji Television Network, etc.