We have a great collections of black and red tea bowls, tea ceremony equipments of the Raku family from Chojiro the 1st, Joukei, Nonkau to Kichizaemon Raku the 15th.In the Momoyama period (the 16th century), the first Raku ware was made by Chojiro, the founder of Raku ware, after receiving orders from Se no Rikyu, Japan's most famous Tea Ceremony artist. Chojiro's unique skill of hand forming h...

 The beauty of art has always captivated our hearts.We, Kashima Arts, is continuously seek to contribute to the development of art through nourishment of the two “eyes” called Shinbigan; 真美眼(an eye to see the true beauty) and 審美眼(an eye to see the true value) . What these “eyes” look into is all the beauty from east and west, ranging from traditional Japanese art to up-and-coming contem...

1min walk from Kyobashi station of Ginza line, Tokyo Metro 1min walk from Takaracho station of Toei Asakusa line 7min walk from Yaesu south exit of Tokyo station JR

Fuji antiques Roppongi from 1948. Have dealt in potteries, makies, and crafts and I (Takeshi Fujishiro), present head, have selected forgotten obscure lacquer gold makie crafts from Meiji, Taisho, and Showa period. I have selected mainly the one beautiful in the painting way not the one just gorgeous with my arbitrary decision. For Edo paintings, I collected some works that have delicacy and no...

We introduce art in general such as ceramic an porcelain, hanging scrolls and paintings.

We will exhibit small works of Japanese style paintings, hanging scroll paintings of Hyakusui Hirafuku, an artist from Akita prefecture and a talented rival of Yokoyama Taikan. (2019-2-1)

On our 30th anniversary year, our biannual sales exhibition BISAI comes back as “BISAI SEN”. The new catalogue will feature approximately 90 pieces of exclusive collection of Japanese Art. BISAI SEN catalogue is free for new customer. (2019-2-1)

Ito Jakuchu, Soga Shohaku, Nagasawa Rosetsu, Hakuin Ekaku. This exhibition focuses on these unordinary painters from Edo era. Suzuki Kiitsu and Iwasa Matabei will also be on view. Please contact Kashima Arts for free catalog. (2019-1-10)