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...

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...

Kinosho Kikaku aims to bring about new inspirations to the local art scene with original ideas of unlimited forms and unusual stratagem. With promoting Japanese contemporary art as one of our major goals, in recentyears, our exhibition platform has expanded to other regions in Asia, mainly by participating in various kinds of international art fairs. The result so far is remarkable. As we gradu...

 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...

Gyakko is a small quiet gallery a building in Hacchobori, across the Showa Ave. from Kyobashi and Nihonbashi. We deal with antiquarian books mainly on poems, and also ancient art works, lacquar wares, mingu (folk tools) used in old daily life, Joseon ceramics.

Gallery IZUMI has been dealing with old fine Chinese ceramics (from the New stone age to Late Ming dynasty) since the establishment in 1984. The owner is fluent with Chinese, so please feel free to 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...