This gallery is run by Musashino Art University. Each year the gallery invites a guest curator and holds a uniquely themed special exhibition. As the gallery is non-profit, it does not need to make money from the buying and selling of artwork giving it the freedom to choose works based on their pure aesthetic quality or interest value. Young artists have been the backbone of the gallery since its inception making it a valuable place for art lovers to see cutting edge contemporary art. The gallery was originally established in Kichijoji 20 years ago, and since closing in 2002 it continued holding special events in various locations re-opening again in 2009 in Bakurocho. The surrounding neighbourhood is a great place for gallery hopping with a growing number of galleries and offices for creative industries opening in recent years.


Agata Takezawa Bldg B1F, 1-2-11 Higashi-Kanda, Chiyoda, Tokyo

Transport Bakuro-yokoyama station (Toei Asakusa, Shinjuku Lines), exit A1 or Bakurocho station (JR Sobu Kaisoku, Yokosuka Lines), exit West 2 or Kodenmacho station (Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line) , exit 2/exit 4

Telephone 03 5829 9109

Open Tue-Sat 11am-7pm / closed Sun-Mon, nat. holidays


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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