Parabolica-bis is located in the refurbished building of a paper wholesaler. Editor Yuichi Imano runs this gallery-cum-café as part of his activities around an independent magazine, Yaso (‘night fantasy’), revived in 2003. The café was designed by bookbinder Milky Isobe, with a round window in the style of a medieval convent. It’s a great place to relax with a coffee after enjoying the art.



2-18-11 Yanagibashi, Taitou-ku ,Tokyo

Transport 6min. from Aasakusabashi station (JR : East Exit) / 4min. From Asakusabashi station(Toei asakusa line : A6 Exit)

Telephone 03 5835 1180

Open Different in events

Admission Different in events


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