13:00 - 19:00 open every day during the exhibition Venue: Fu-sho   Yong and 'Mingqi’ are Chinese burial goods, or funerary ceramic art works, buried in a tomb / mound tomb so that the dead will be able to live the same life in the afterlife. Most are miniature, except for some things, such as the Terracotta Warriors of the Imperial Mausoleum. (2020-2-24)

Ancient art works, such as comma‐shaped beads, Luristan, small bronze Buddha, yong etc. Stone rubbing are from 2,000yen. (2019-2-1)

Gallery Talk: 4/26 and 4/27 Both days start at 3pm. Admission free. The gallery will be crowded so please come early. (2019-2-1)

The 2018 Tokyo Art & Antiques Festival was held for 3 days in Nihonbashi and Kyobashi area early summer like weather.  This year, the participating galleries reached 89 galleries, which is 3 more than last year, and 52 galleries held exhibitions to welcome visitors. The number of visitors varied from gallery to gallery, but there were around 120 visitors a day at the most in some of the gal... (2018-6-5)