Yorozu Gallery was opened since 2007.Since opening we had many exhibitions and participated in many art fairs in domestic and foreign art fair. "It is the place where various people gather and is glad if there is art in the center.I want to have the warm place where an artist, artwork and people appreciating it gather."It is aimed for further development to be able to carry one end of the cultu...

Since Sankeido Gallery began in 1871, we are concerned to ensure that sincerity and confidence remain our most important values. We have done our best to perform the appointed tasks as an art dealer, such as preserving art works, making the art market stable, introducing art pieces of real value, supporting young artists, and so on. Believing that arts, which can add taste to our lives, will pl...

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 store is just a little into the alley. We mainly handle Japanese pottery.

Introduced various works of folk and ceramics, including Shoji Hamada's work, which has been a gallery in Nihonbashi Kodenmacho for five years, and has been using Mashiko ware as "Mashiko in the world".

We, Nakacho Konishi, propose, with our own vision and conviction, a selection of artists representing modern/contemporary Japanese art that has uniquely developed with diversified artistic media, whose work we believe would remain authentic in the history of art for years to come. In 2023, we celebrated our 15th anniversary, and moved from Ginza 1-chome to Nihonbashi 3-chome.

Our gallery stands on the oldest antique street in Japan where various arts are gathered. We display and sell glass and ceramic works by contemporary artists and deceased artists.You can enjoy the changing expressions and unchanging feelings of the world of crafts that have colored the times.

We are exhibiting art crafts created with splendid techniques that were extremely popular in the West around the time of the Meiji era. We have metalwork, cloisonne, lacquer, inro, Kyo-Satsuma pottery, ivory ornament, netsuke, etc.