Gallery Ichibanboshi opened in 1987 in Nihonbashi. We deal with master pieces of art and have been delivering art works to many national museums in Japan. In recent years, we are also introducing works of active artists and promising young artists.

We opened in Kyobashi in 1979. In addition to modern paintings, we also deal with prints. (Kiyoshi Saito, Tetsuro Komai, Niwako Tannami, etc.) Our shop is on the 3rd floor of a building with a long-established knife shop named Nishikan.

We introduce paintings of Motoyuki Takizawa, Masaaki Sasamoto, Takumi Arita, Minoru Hirota. A 5min walk from Tokyo station: Exit Yaesu Chuo and go straight ahead the Yaesu Dori, turn right on Chuo Dori ( Bridgestone Museum on the corner) and turn left on the first traffic light and it is the 3rd door from the corner. 2min walk from Kyobashi station, Ginza line: Use A6 exit (nearer to Nihonbashi...

Miyako Takehara was born in Toyama prefecture in 1988.She graduated from Toyama University Art Culture department in Toyama and Musashino Art University in Tokyo.Miyako Takehara who has won the prizes several times at Inten has a Solo Exhibition in Hayshida gallery.  Her paintings often centralize on day-to-day sceneries and domestic animals, using a unique technique combining brush with palett... (2020-2-6)

"Life on this planet" is a joint exhibition by two different type of galleries, the antique Oriental art "MOKKEI" and the gallery "Maison de neko", with the themes of living things on the planet. Changes in the global environment that humankind exerts have had a great influence on biological systems therefore we would like to express gratitude and respect for all living things which have always... (2020-1-22)

"Life on this planet" is a joint exhibition by two different type of galleries, the antique Oriental art "MOKKEI" and the gallery "Maison de neko", with the themes of living things on the planet. Changes in the global environment that humankind exerts have had a great influence on biological systems therefore we would like to express gratitude and respect for all living things which have always... (2020-1-22)