[Ginza Ashiya Shoten] attracted attention by collectors around the world & # 8221; Japanese beauty & # 8221 ;. Proposal by enlarging the Japanese antique art section, including a small art piece “Netsuke / Inba”.

Ginza Ashiya Shoten (Chuo-ku, Tokyo) has expanded its sales floor for “Japanese antique art” from November 15th. A lot of new works such as “Modern Netsuke”, “Maki-e”, “Kobako”, “Wood Carving”, “Proposal” have begun to be handled.

At Ginza Ashiya Shoten, we propose swords, swords, and other antique art items such as “Nera Netsuke” and “Inba” at the Japanese sword counter, with the patronage of many customers. I have received.

Numerous precious antiquities, such as lacquer work, sculpture, and metalwork, using world-class traditional Japanese techniques. Each piece is gracefully decorated with tortoiseshell, sharks, and spears, and is a beautiful and unique “small art with a high level of sophistication” that incorporates the joy and commitment of people living in the Edo and Meiji periods. , Has many fans not only in Japan but also overseas.

Kikujin East Yakata Confectionery Shibayama Crafts Meiji Era

Ginza Ashiya Shoten has greatly expanded the sales floor for “Japanese antique art”. We will make proposals to more customers in Japan and overseas. In connection with this expansion, new “modern netsuke”, “Maki-e”, “Kobako”, “wood carving”, “sake”, “smoke pipe”, “tobacco” ”,“ Yatei ”,“ Ojime ”etc. will also be started.

Hanagotsu belt with paper-wrapped cigarettes (Hanazuku Shizubi and Hamisami Sakae Kamikitabakoire) in the late Meiji period

Ginza Ashiya Shoten proposes a “life with art” by connecting art, Japanese culture and life through books. I hope that this proposal of Japanese antiquities will be an opportunity to reaffirm the splendor of traditional Japanese art.

Marutsuki period Netsuke Intact Honest (Ise) Wood engraving 19th century

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    Cat age Netsuke Ivory 18th century

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  • Ginza Ashiya Shoten

    Address: 6-10-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061, GINZA SIX 6F
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