Uragami Sokyu-do Co., Ltd. was founded in 1979 in Nihonbashi, Tokyo. The founder, Mitsuru Uragami, worked for a well-established antique art dealer, Mayuyama & Co., for five years. Then started his own business, which marks its 40th anniversary. Uragami Sokyu-do Co., Ltd. deal with the works of Asian art, especially that of Chinese, Korean and Japanese ceramics; as well as Ukiyo-e wood bloc...

2min walk from exit B1 of Nihonbashi station of Ginza line, Tokyo Metro 12min walk from Yaesu north exit of Tokyo station JR

Our specialty is potery (ceramics and porcelain) of modern and contemporary. The works are selected with care by the shop owner and range from Living National Treasure artists to young artists. Let's have a nice relaxing pottery talk at our hiding-like-shop in Nihonbashi. 2min walk from exit B1 of Nihonbashi station of Ginza line and Tozai line 4min walk from exit D3 of Nihonbashi station of A...

We have started new voyage as Sansiao Gallery from February, 2016.Focusing on the contemporary art, especially focusing on pop art as a primer, we are introducing the arts not only which are accepted not only in Japan but in global basis by leveraging our 30 years experience.Based on the gallery space in Nihombashi, Tokyo, we continue to introduce art work to meet the world’s needs.

Since Sankeido Gallery began in 1871, we are concerned to ensure that sincerity and confidence remain our most important values. We have done our best to perform the appointed tasks as an art dealer, such as preserving art works, making the art market stable, introducing art pieces of real value, supporting young artists, and so on. Believing that arts, which can add taste to our lives, will pl...

We have moved to Nihonbashi in 2009 October after dealing buisiness for 27 years in Roppongi.

Nabeshima / Kakiemon / Ko-Kutani / Ko-Imari / Shoki-ImariHizen Arita (Japanese antique ceramics)Message from the owner:What do you image when you think of the word "Antique"?I feel very close to it since my father has been dealing with antiques, but I think it is not so easy to go through the doors of the antique shops. I would like to envite those people and enjoy the fun of antique with them...

As the theme “The beautiful things penetrating now”, We are dealing with Oriental and Western antique art.