Introducing the New Aesthetic of Japan

HULS GALLERY TOKYO curates and showcases fine crafts from around Japan, each with its own heritage and expression but together illustrating the country’s distinctive appreciation of beauty.

In recent years, Japanese crafts made with traditional techniques have come to attract attention around the world. Rooted in the country’s diverse regions and cultures, today’s artisans continue to build on those living traditions.

We strive to be insightful concierges of Japanese craft, giving people in Japan and around the world a personal introduction to these special pieces and the stories behind them, and sharing new ways of appreciating how they can enrich the moments of our lives.

Display and Sale of Japanese Crafts

The gallery displays and sells
more than 200 items of Japanese crafts
including ceramics, lacquerware, glass,
textile, bamboo and wood works.

Concierge Service

Bilingual (Japanese and English) staff are on hand
to answer questions and serve customers.

Events

We plan and organize various events
related to Japanese crafts.

A Calm and Refined Space

Based on gray, the company’s corporate color
and constructed in the style of traditional Japanese houses
with carefully designed interior details such as lattice doors and tatami,
the gallery provides a calm and refined space
to appreciate the beauty and nuances of these fine crafts.

Online Stories of Japanese Crafts

Through our online showcase “KOGEI STANDARD”,
we introduce the many stories of Japanese crafts to the world
through workshop visits and in-depth artisan interviews.

News

Column

Connections

Connections

The Old is New

The Old is New

Thoughts on Tea Ware

Thoughts on Tea Ware

Gallery Collection

CRAFT MANUFACTURES

Access

HULS Gallery Tokyo

2F, Akasaka ZEN Building 6-4-10, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 107-0052, JAPAN
Tel +81-3-6280-8387 / Fax +81-3-6280-8397
Open: 10:00-17:00(Mon-Sat)
Close: Sundays, public holidays
E-mail: info@hulsgallerytokyo.com
Website: https://hulsgallerytokyo.com

Online Media “KOGEI STANDARD”