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 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...

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.

The name "Kakei" was named after the title of a haiku collection, which was written by Kasenjyo Tokunaga, my distant relative (published 1959).I liked the word and the old typography character on the black cover of the book which said "Hanakomichi (a path of flowers)". The former gallery in Mitaka was faced to a river called Tamagawajyosui, which was famous for the novelist, Dazai. The river bl...

Speaking of Mr. Naoto Yano, he is an up-and-coming artist among contemporary Karatsu-yaki artist, and has won many fans.The sincere approach to Karatsu-yaki appears in his works and fascinates people's hearts.After studying painting for 5 years in the United States, he became fascinated by the splendor of Karatsu-yaki for the first time after returning to Japan, and the hard study since then ha... (2020-10-3)

"Daitokuri (large sake server" of Mishima.It is a simple technique of filling white clay in the hollow that rolled this cord, which you could also call it Jomon technique, but due to the fact that the cord was pressed many times, a slight waviness occurred at each step, which gave a really nice look to the surface. (Top image) And although it might be hard to tell in the image, but this daitoku... (2020-5-2)