Time Out says
This small independent gallery has a more rarefied air than the other exhibition spaces and studios tucked beneath the railway line, bringing a dose of refinement to the neighbourhood’s funky, youthful arts scene. Previously an art-loving civil servant, affable owner-director Masaharu Nakahara took the radical regeneration of the Koganecho-Hinodecho area as an opportunity to quit the salaryman life and open his own gallery. Exhibitions, often by artists with local connections, run the gamut from contemporary arts including painting, photography and objets to timeless-looking glassware and ceramics.
2-165 Hinodecho, Naka-ku, Yokohama
|Opening hours:||Thu-Sat 11am-5pm|