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added on : October 21, 2019
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Have you ever felt the urge to touch artworks at a museum? At HULS Gallery Tokyo, you are encouraged to pick up and feel the incredibly detailed and carefully crafted works on display, as well as buy them! HULS Gallery in Tokyo is a museum turned interactive shopping experience, as you touch, see, and feel various items that could find a place in your own home. Each piece is unique, as they are crafted by master artisans of their trade. Whether you pick a pair of gold-leaf decorated chopsticks, or take home a set of dishes illustrating the four seasons, the gallery offers a glimpse into the heart of traditional Japanese arts and crafts right in the middle of 21st-century Tokyo. Come and experience the fine quality of traditional Japanese crafts with a modern twist.
The concept of "Roots and Touch" builds on the hope that the hands of traditional Japanese artisans and people from all around the world will connect through touch. Feel the porous beer glasses, crafted to make your beer foam especially creamy, or feel the various textures on the surfaces of the brass bookends created through creative chemical reactions. By touching the various items in the gallery, you will be able to attain a deeper understanding of their appeal. HULS Gallery Tokyo has something to please everyone, from fashion accessories to teapots and sake cups. Come and indulge your inner interior designer with some incredible souvenirs to boast about at home!
HULS Gallery Tokyo will captivate fans of Japanese traditional crafts with a special selection of products: all pieces are unique as they are carefully and lovingly crafted by hand. Pick up and feel the light yet sturdy wooden crafted carafes, carved with stunning precision by hand, or buy a unique set of dishes that look like broken shards, for a quirky and entertaining meal inspired by the traditional Japanese concept of wabi-sabi. Better still, you can purchase any of the items on display for prices starting at around 2,200 yen! Some of the displays are seasonal, making HULS Gallery Tokyo's offerings something to look forward to on every visit.
2F Akasaka ZEN Building, 6-4-10 Akasaka,
Minato City, Tokyo
|Closing days||Closed on Sundays and public holidays.|
Akasaka Station | Chiyoda Line | 3 min on foot
Tameike-Sanno Station | Ginza Line | 10 min on foot
Akasaka-Mistuke Station | Marunouchi Line | 12 min on foot
|Other||For updated information on opening hours, days closed, prices, and more, please check the official website.|
|URL||HULS Gallery Tokyo|