A very rare bowl with Mishima on the inside (prospect) and brush strokes (hakeme) on the outside. "One grain is twice delicious!", we say in Japanese. You can enjoy it twice as much from one bowl! I heard that the name of "Nitoku" came from the meaning of 'toku' (gaining profit twice)? In fact, it is said that the origin of Nitoku is the Mishima bowl, but it also has the charm of a 'Ido (Ko-ido... (2020-5-2)

The Tokyo Art & Antique Committee has decided to cancel the Tokyo Art & Antique 2020 event due to the announcement of today's emergency declaration. We are very sorry, but we ask for your understanding. Also, we are very sorry for those who were looking forward to this event every year and those who have planned for the first time this year. We will look forward to more exciting project... (2020-4-7)

This exhibition is postponed to 8/3 - 8/10.   This is an exhibition to enjoy a heartwarming painting and a tea ceremony with daily use utensils. We will also have tea ceremony during the exhibition. (reservation required, admission free) More details: will be announced in early march (2020-2-1)

We will be holding a workshop class to have the experience of making a small silk cloth called "Ko Fukusa", which is used in "CHANOYU" (tea ceremony).  This workshop will be a practice or an entrance to sewing "SHIFUKU", a small pouch to cover a "CHAIRE", a tea powder container. Notice: Reservation for class is required. Fee: 1,000yen + price of cloth (from 5,000yen) How to make reservation: Pl... (2019-2-1)

So, let's have tea now. Where should we have them? At the living room? In the garden? During our vacation? Sitting below the cherry blossoms would be nice as well. If you have a "Chyakago", a basket to contain equipments for tea ceremony, and hot water, you can have tea time any where. Inside the "Chyakago", everything you need to make tea is there. Tea bowl, chyaki (a container for tea powder)... (2019-2-1)

When you open the little box, there you will find a small tea ceremony world. You can make green tea (matcha) anywhere you'd like. We would like to present those small fabulous tea ceremony equipments. (2019-2-1)

Tokyo Art & Antiques has closed its 3 exciting days. Art lovers, repeaters and many first-time visitors, thank you for visiting us! We have received some nice messages too. We will be reporting our event soon on the website. Please look forward.   Dear visitors, If you have time, it would be very kind of you to answer few question at our questionnaire form. Your comments would really help u... (2018-4-29)