This is one of the most interesting physical spaces for a Bakurocho gallery, with its odd basement exhibition room with 180cm-high ceilings (watch your head!) and its long, narrow entryway. The gallery holds several shows a year, and represents a wide range of interesting contemporary artists, many of them with a more offbeat sensibility than average.
The gallery was founded in 1993, and moved to the current location in 2009. Their philosophy is to "fuse the Meiji Era with modern times," and in addition to exhibitions here they take part in international art fairs around the world. Check their website to see if there's anything currently showing.
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