03-3564-8881
12:30 - 19:00 (During TAA period 12:00 - 18:00)
*Sunday and last day of exhibition closes at 17:00

Wednesday, Thursday (Altered depending on the event)

Maison de neko, located on the second floor of a wooden Japanese house on the alley of Kyobashi, is a rental & planning art gallery with the theme of "all kind of living things". We will exhibit and sell a wide range of art works such as paintings, crafts and photography, mainly for creature.
Since gallery hours vary depending on the exhibition, please visit us after checking the information.
It is based on Friday to Tuesday, 12: 30-19: 00.

Bookplate Universe 2022 (closed)

April 28 thu - May 2 mon  12:00 - 17:00

* The schedule is subject to change depending on the situation.

 

[ Ex Libris Works Workshop Lecturer, Shiori Tanaka ]

You can do it anytime from April 29th (Friday) to May 1st (Sunday) (reservation possible, reservation priority)

 

● "Etsuko Kano Collection of Ex Libris Works" A6 size 52 pages, all colors

This is a beautiful collection of Libris with 64 detailed copperplate prints by Etsuko Kano, their sketches, and unfinished works. Many adorable cat motif works such as "Cat Trump", original edited by Shiori Tanaka, the latest issue published on Cat Day!

<1> Long stitch binding / Time required 3 hours 3500 yen

<2> Easy book binding / Time required 1.5 hours 2500 yen

* You can choose your favorite materials such as tool rental, cover paper and binding thread.

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● "Kana Ohno Ex Libris Works" A6 size 60 pages, all colors

Approximately 100 copperplate prints and hand-colored ex-libris works by Kana Ohno are posted, and all of them are fun and cute works such as animals, children, and space characters. You will be healed by the gorgeous colors. This is an original edit by Shiori Tanaka.

<1> Cross-type Ruriyuru / Time required 3 hours 3500 yen

Artists:

Kana Ohno, Etsuko Kano, Mayumi Koide, Minae Takada, Kazumi Tsujimura, Yukiko Hayashi, Nozomi Maekawa, Aki Miyajima Cooperation: Shiori Tanaka, Shonosuke Ezo, Yasuhiko Aoki

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