Bakurocho: Art gallery
Cashi: Bakurocho
Bakurocho / Art gallery
Open 11am-7pm. Closed Mon, Tue, Wed.
Free admission
Average visit time: 5-10 minutes

One of our favorite galleries in the thriving Bakurocho area, Cashi (the name means "fahrenheit") represents a diverse range of up-and-coming Japanese artists working in a variety of styles, and often puts on group shows. Founded in 2008, the gallery aims to "introduce young artists regardless of expression in order for you to feel the temperature of new times."

Represented artists include Kazuki Umezawa, Yugo Kohrogi, Keita Sagaki, Tetsuomi Sukeda, Shorato Hokari and Keita Sugiura.

Chuo-ku, Nihonbashi-Bakurocho 2-5-18.
5 minutes from Bakurocho-Yokoyama station (Toei Shinjuku line)
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