This gallery is housed in a black two-storey building, designed by architect Manabu Chiba. The interior is a pentagonal shape, with high ceilings. During the daytime, sunshine streams in through the windows creating a very pleasant atmosphere. One might hesitate to venture in when there are no visible staff in the reception area, but don’t – having people stop by is what this gallery is about. Exhibitions held here include those by Yasuko Iba, Tamotsu Fujii, Ken Matsuhara, Aki Eimizu and Kei Arai.



3-3-8 Ebisu, Shibuya, Tokyo

Transport Ebisu station (JR Yamanote, Tokyo Metro Hibiya Lines)

Telephone 03 3444 1133

Open Tue-Sat 12noon-7pm


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

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