Japanese ceramics and artisan made housewares
News & Exhibitions
September 2, 2017 Upcoming Exhibition: Kohi no aru fūkei
Kohi no aru fūkei 9.2.2017 to 9.10.2017
Our upcoming exhibition in September centers around the theme of coffee and will feature the work of 23 craftwork artists who have made utensils and ceramics for preparing, serving and drinking coffee. A special selection of coffee beans, sweets and jams will also be available during the exhibition.
(Metal) Saori Omomo・sen・Chiba Kousakusho・Masami Mizuno (Iron) Motomu Oyama・(Glass) Yoshihiro Nishiyama (Ceramics) Yoshimitsu Ishihara・Takeshi Omura・Norikazu Oe・Kenji Omori・Naoto Okada・Tetsuya Ozawa・Yamato Kobayashi・Fumihiro Toda・Toru Hatta・Shinpei Mawatari (Wood) Maruyama Mokkosho・(Urushi) Fujii Seisakusho・(Paper) Wataru Hatano・(Cloth) Junko Kikuchi・Yuka Wakamatsu ・ (Coffee／Baumkuchen) DERBAR・(Jam) mitsukoji・(Baked Sweets）添い / Rina Sato
June 29, 2017 Upcoming Exhibition: Matthias Kaiser x Kazuto Yoshikawa
We will be holding a joint exhibition featuring the work of potter Matthias Kaiser and woodworker Kazuto Yoshikawa from July 15th to the 23rd. The shop will be open daily from 12pm to 7 during the exhibition. ( closed July18th ).
February 20, 2017 Upcoming Exhibition: Teshigoto to Kurashi at Henrybuilt in NYC
Join us in New York for a pop-up exhibition of ceramics and utensils by 27 Japanese artisans. The exhibition hosted by Henrybuilt will be held at their showroom space at 25 Crosby St in Soho. All exhibited work will be available for purchase.
Teshigoto to Kurashi - Living with handmade Japanese craft
Thurs March 24th to Sat April 1st / Pre-opening reception: March 23rd 6-8pm
Japanese Tea Ceremony - Hosted by Chizuho Sano / Yukaho Sano of Tsukihiso Gallery.
Japanese Flower Arrangement Live Performance - Flower Artist Masako Tani with Violinist Takanori Niimura
see more details on the exhibition here
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.
Exhibition Hours: During exhibitions open daily 12-7pm. (closed: Tues only)
Access: 10 minutes walk from Sakurayama Stn (Exit 3) on the Sakuradori line.
Nagoya Access: From Tokyo: 2hrs by Shinkansen / From Kyoto: 30min by Shinkansen
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