We, "LLC KISHU" are "SHIFUKU" (cloth pouch for tea ceremony utensils) studio and also have workshop and classes. We sell materials for making "SHIFUKU", such as Kaiki <silk>  various cords tea ceremony utensils <for practice use> and so on. Notice: Our workshop is not open everyday so please contact by phone in case you visit.

Our wish is to come across the beauty man has created, which is beyond the age or cultural difference. By introducing folk art, we have been exploring the meaning of beauty in our daily life, which modern people seems to be forgetting. Looking at the the artistic hand weaved cloths, which reflect a great deal of its culture, we hope to share the modesty and hardiness of people who live in their...

Today will be our last day of Tokyo Art & Antiques. Charity Auction at Sanciao Gallery   Charity Auction at Nanaya   We have prepared an original "Furoshiki" (a large cloth to wrap things) as a present for bidders.   As for our last day, we will attend the Art & Craft market as an information booth for Tokyo Art & Antiques. We will also sell small works of artists.     本日... (2019-4-27)

We will be holding a workshop class to have the experience of making a small silk cloth called "Ko Fukusa", which is used in "CHANOYU" (tea ceremony).  This workshop will be a practice or an entrance to sewing "SHIFUKU", a small pouch to cover a "CHAIRE", a tea powder container. Notice: Reservation for class is required. Fee: 1,000yen + price of cloth (from 5,000yen) How to make reservation: Pl... (2019-2-1)

We will exhibit sculptures and masks of gods from Kyushu prefecture, figures (Dogu) from South America and Jomon, and beautiful textiles from many places. (2019-2-1)

The 2018 Tokyo Art & Antiques Festival was held for 3 days in Nihonbashi and Kyobashi area early summer like weather.  This year, the participating galleries reached 89 galleries, which is 3 more than last year, and 52 galleries held exhibitions to welcome visitors. The number of visitors varied from gallery to gallery, but there were around 120 visitors a day at the most in some of the gal... (2018-6-5)

Before "EDO" period in Japan, Hokuriku and Touhoku region, it's very cold in winter but they could not wear the warm cloths or bedding except cool Linen fiber. Entering Edo period "KITAMAE ship" carry the warm cotton cloths from the South aria, Kyusyu or Shikoku region. These indigo dyed cloths warmed up north aria's people. And they care for these precious cloths, strengthen with splicing or e... (2018-2-5)

2014.4.24 thur - 5.3 sat Satsuma's Antique ceramics and cloths of the south. (2014-2-28)