At first glance this looks like an art-gallery display window, but where is entrance to the actual gallery? Well, it turns out that Taimatz is a nanogallery consisting of just this tiny, 13-square-meter display space. There's no visible entrance, but if you walk up to the window during gallery hours it will automatically slide open Inside there's room for three or four paintings and maybe two or three visitors at a time.
There aren't any staff on hand, but you can inquire at the Taro Nasu gallery next door if you have questions or want to purchase a work. The Tokyo-based Wonderwall architectural firm was responsible for the design.
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