GALLERY KUJAKU seeks artworks that enrich "heart" and "living" every day.
We also propose the coordination of artworks that suits our time and generation.

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Music from a surrealistic drawing

There are pictures that make the music flow over time. It seems that you can hear a little suspicious music from this Delvaux's "dance". At the same time, it is a world view that makes you want to entrust yourself to the bewitching atmosphere. How about decorating a picture with such a fantastic theme with green like this? Isn't the suspicious beauty affirmed and a very open atmosphere? It's a feeling of openness as if you were in the literature and gained freedom. How about incorporating such space into your living space?

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Noble flower

From spring to early summer, many flowers begin to bloom, and I am probably not the only one to feel a little uplifted. Among such flowers, the peony, which blooms gorgeously from April to May, is a popular subject for Japanese painting. It was introduced from China as a flower that symbolizes wealth and has been loved for a long time. Its exotic and majestic personality gives off a presence in the space. It is often drawn in red and white or combined with lions or butterflies, so it may be fun to decorate such figurines together. There is a sense of volume, so it's a good idea to decorate it with a little space around the painting.

We have visited our customers and delivered and assessed a number of works. It is the job of Gallery Kujaku to allow those who have purchased it to enjoy a more wonderful space at home with the artworks and those who let go of it to be able to comfortably pass on to the next owner.

Adress 104-0031 TokyoChuo-ku2-5-18 Kyobashi
Kyobashi Souseikan Bldg. 1F
TEL +81-(0)3-3535-3334
Open hours 11:00 - 18:00 (Closed on Saturday, Sunday and Holiday)
*Saturday will be open during exhibition periods.

0 min walk from Kyobashi Station Exit 4

When you get out of Exit 4 of Kyobashi Station, with the exit behind you... (The photo is when you exit Kyobashi station and look back)
When you get out of Exit 4 of Kyobashi Station, with the exit behind you... (The photo is when you exit Kyobashi station and look back)
Enter the first alley. (You will see the gallery's sign and BLESS COFFEE on the corner)
Enter the first alley. (You will see the gallery's sign and BLESS COFFEE on the corner)
A few meters ahead, you will see the glass-walled Gallery Kujaku on your left.
A few meters ahead, you will see the glass-walled Gallery Kujaku on your left.