Maison de neko, located on the second floor of a wooden Japanese house on the alley of Kyobashi, is a rental & planning art gallery with the theme of "all kind of living things". We will exhibit and sell a wide range of art works such as paintings, crafts and photography, mainly for creature.Since gallery hours vary depending on the exhibition, please visit us after checking the information...

"Life on this planet" is a joint exhibition by two galleries, "Mokkei" and "Maison de neko", with the theme of creatures on the earth. The contents of the exhibition are a collaboration between the world of antique art centered on Chinese ceramics and artists such as modern wood carving, pottery, metal engraving, and painting.Now that the changes in the global environment caused by humankind ha... (2022-3-1)

"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... (2020-10-1)

October 10 sat. - 17 sat12: 00 - 18:00 (Last day to 16:00)The opening time might be shortened under the condition. "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 ... (2020-10-1)

This exhibition is postponed to May 16 to June 5.   Artwork featuring animals, humans` best friends. When you walk into the gallery and look at the artwork on the wall, you will find a smile on your face. This exhibition is just like that.   Asuka Ito Solo Exhibition will be held at the same time. (2020-1-22)

This exhibition is postponed. (planning in fall.)    "BEST FRIEND" will be held at the same time. (2020-1-22)

I paint the whispers of small creatures. I would be pleased if you could visit. Tsukika Kitamura (2019-2-1)