Closed until May 7.   Under the concept of “Highly appreciated art for use” widely suggesting total settings for many situations like tea ceremony or tableware, we treat woodworks, metal works, lacquer works in addition to antiques and paintings, in addition to modern and contemporary pottery. We have exhibitions of great masters who have led the pottery world from modern to the contemporary ag...

Closed for a while. We handle art works of : Takeo Yamaguchi, Sueharu Fukami, Kazuo Yagi, Kagaku Murakami, Mineo Okabe, Shigeo Saito, Tatsuoki Nanbata, Ryuichi Kakurezaki, Shoji Kamoda, Kazuo Shiraga, Lucie Rie, Shinobu Kawase, Atsuko Tanaka, Osamu Suzuki, Tatsusuke Kuriki, Lee U-Fan, and more.

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.

We handle contemporary art craft. (especially ceramics) We handle artists of: Shinobu Kawase, Akihiro Maeta, Sueharu Fukami, Hatakeyama Koji, Yo Akiyama, Shukoh Hayashi, etc. Our gallery was established in 1987. Using our knowledge and eyes fostered from fine antique art, we present highly qualified modern and contemporary art craft that is able to be passed on the the next generation.

Furukawa is the artist, who in charged texts and illustrations of the “Walking to search Tokyo for the lost Edo” in the “monthly NIHOMBASHI” for two and half years. The show will be first occasion to check these original paintings on this series. (2021-1-15)

Period : Kamakura period 13th century Dimensions : Framing 114.0 x 35.3 cm Main paper 28.0 x 22.6 cm Literature : Kofudegaku Taisei Vol. 7 Explanation : Emperor Fushimi (1265-1317) has written a total of 60 volumes of "Kokin-shu" 20 volumes, "Gosenshu" 20 volumes, "Shui-shu" 20 volumes. The collection of these were copied by Emperor Fushimi to one book, and is called Chikugogire.Cloud-shaped pa... (2020-5-2)

Picture size 24 × 26.5  Whole hanging scroll 38 × 117 cm ”The darkness of Musashino has decreased. Look at the shape and shape illuminated by the light. Brightness like the neon of Ginza spreads here up to Ome” Gyokudo Kawai   Kawai Gyokudo, a master of modern Japanese paintings, loved Japan's nature and drew many landscape paintings.Born in Aichi prefecture in 1868, at the age of 14, he studi... (2020-4-26)