Japanese ceramics and artisan made houswares
News & Exhibitions
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June 29, 2016 Site Update - New Arrivals
We have updated the selection on the site today to include some new hand-blown glass from the TANTEN studio of Takafumi Toriyama. We also have new ceramics from potter Toru Hatta, Nabe Pots from Tadamasa Yamamoto and handmade candles from Takazawa Candle. Look out also for new chiku chiku coasters and tea mats from ganga, mosquito coil burners from Babaghuri and Amaya's beautiful crafted hinoki tissue case.
June 13, 2016 Site Update -New Arrivals
We've updated the site today with some brand new arrivals and as well as new stock of some regular items. Look out for a new collection of Kanehen’s one of a kind hand made brass mobiles. We also have a small selection of metalware by Yumi Nakamura from her recent exhibition at Analogue Life. Also look for ceramics by Yoshimitsu Ishihara, new earthenware cookers and bowls from Azmaya and Doraku’s exquisite Oribe glaze rice cooker.
Located on the 2nd floor of a beautiful Showa era house in Mizuho Ward, Analogue Life's Nagoya shop blends contemporary styling with Showa period architectural elements. Seperately the first floor of the building houses Tsukihiso, a gallery that has exhibitions of kimonos, ceramics, prints, and other works from the 10th to the 20th of each month.
2nd Floor, 4-9-2 Shogetsucho, Mizuhoku, Nagoya, 467-0004 Japan
TEL/FAX: +81 052 933 7262
Opening Hours: Wednesday to Saturday 12-6pm.
Access: 10 minutes walk from Sakurayama Stn (Exit 3) on the Sakuradori line.
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