We seek the beauty of art beyond genre and history. We handle Japanese and Korean antique ceramics and porcelain as our main collection.

note: For car users, we can give you informations of the nearest parking lot. We handle oriental ceramics of Ming and Qing dynasty as our main item, and also ceramics of Holand (Delft) that has great relation with the orient. Feel free to ask for what you are looking for or if you are a beginner. We have a wide range of ceramics and procelains from high quality art to daily use. We hope to succ...

Since its establishment in 1924, we have been dealing with high quality antique art of the orient such as ceramics and porcelain of China, Korea, Japan, and paintings and Kinseki (epigraphy). The naming of the gallery:There is an old story in a chinese document called "Heaven in a jar". During the Donghan dynasty, an officer meets an old man in the town who is selling medicines. The old man, ri...

We handle antiques and antique art, such as ceramic and porcelain, old paintings and calligraphy, lacquer ware, tea ceremony equipments and Buddhist art. We selecte iems that are enjoyable and attractive regardless of age, country, genre, or price.

Jomon period jarh7cmBidding starts from 25,000yen~  Gosu Sometsuke bowl with cow designMing dynastyh8.5cmBidding starts from 50,000yen~  Sueki jar Kofun periodFormerly owned by Yasuda Yukihikoh14.5cmBidding starts from 40,000yen~  Bronze KannonnEdo periodh2.9cmBidding starts from 10,000yen~   Flolio rubbing of Han dynasty stone imagew54cmBidding starts from 3,000yen~ (2019-3-25)

Our gallery will be exhibiting blue and white dishes from the Ming to Qing dynasty at a reasonable price during the Tokyo Art & Antique period. Dishes that are great to serve sweets and cuisine. We will also exhibit celadons from the Southern Song to Ming dynasty at a good price as well as Goryeo and Annan wares that have been influenced by the Chinese ceramics. Please enjoy the blue and wh... (2019-2-1)

The four hundred years of the Western Han and Eastern Han dynasties are the first golden age of Chinese ceramics. We exhibit dynamic and attractive ceramics of Han dynasty. (2019-2-1)

Stone carved cow, Sumer Bronze ringholder, East Zhou dynasty Bronze goat, Luristan Designed Brick, Han dynasty (2018-3-26)