Antique, tea ceremony utensils and Raku chawan We deal with antiques and tea ceremony utensils in Gion, Kyoto. 

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 age, and also the exhibit...

The gallery is placed right behind the Takashimaya Nihonbashi department store. Our specialty: Hakuin, Buddhist art, Ootsu paintings, Early Imari, Ceramics of Momoyama period, antique kiln, Edo glass, antique folk art, Josen dynasty folk art, and more. Dear customers: The encounter of an art work is a special occasion. I go around many places in Japan to find them so I can satisfy my customers....

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...

In April 1905, the young 22-year-old Matsutarō Mayuyama (1882-1935), founder of Mayuyama & Co., (present-day Mayuyama & Co., Ltd.) set out on his own to Beijing, and there began his antiques business. At the time Beijing was a bustling art market thanks to rising Western interest in Asian art. The ancient cultural properties accidentally discovered and excavated during railway work on t...

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.