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 Since gallery hours vary depending on the exhibition, please visit us after checking the information. * It is based on F...

"Copts" refers to the people who became Christians in Egypt. The textiles produced during the prospered cultures between 3 to 12th century are called "copt textiles", designed with figures, animals, plants, and many other, which has become very popular in many countries. For this exhibition, I am exhibiting around 100 items of copt textiles and "zanketsu". I will be able to offer recommendation... (2018-2-5)

"Life on this planet" is a joint exhibition by two different type of galleries, the antique Oriental art "MOKKEI" and the gallery "Maison de neko", with the themes of living things on the planet. Changes in the global environment that humankind exerts have had a great influence on biological systems therefore we would like to express gratitude and respect for all living things which have always... (2018-2-5)

"Life on this planet" is a joint exhibition by two different type of galleries, the antique Oriental art "MOKKEI" and the gallery "Maison de neko", with the themes of living things on the planet. Changes in the global environment that humankind exerts have had a great influence on biological systems therefore we would like to express gratitude and respect for all living things which have always... (2018-2-5)

Hans Innemee is a Dutch artist whose artworks have been featured in the newspapers and art magazines as a new type of contemporary art and gained a lot of attention in mainly Europe. His artworks are created by his unique method called Mulberry Paper Transfer Process. Combined with his own composition derived from abstract art, the charm of his works lies in the mixed description of the familia... (2018-2-5)

The 2017 Tokyo Art & Antiques Festival was held for 2 days in Nihonbashi and Kyobashi area where the cherry blossoms still bloomed in a great spring weather.  This year, the participating galleries reached 86 galleries, which is 7 more than last year, and 56 galleries held exhibitions to welcome visitors. The number of visitors varied from gallery to gallery, but there were around 250 visit... (2017-4-29)

Aramaki Emiko, Haruomi Izumi, Shinji Ihara, Kensuke Ueno, Ikumi Emori, Norifumi Kazami, Chiharu Kihara, Yu Seto, Beniko Choji, Hanako Nagakubo, Daiichi Matsushita, Nana Monda, Asahi Yamane (2017-2-23)