Since opening in 1956 in Namiki-dori 8-chome in Ginza, it has been operated as a planning gallery handling contemporary Japanese paintings for nearly 60 years. The founder, Noboru Murakoshi was born in Yokohama. Before the war, he trained himself very strictly at a long-established store handling literary drawings and books in the Edo era. And after the war, while taking care of talented artists such as Kokei Kobayashi, Yuki Ogura, Kyujin Yamamoto, Tatsuo Takayama etc., he promoted the same generation's eminent talent, including Sho Ishimoto, Matazo Kayama and Ikuo Hirayama, to the world.
- Iwatsuki bldg. 8F, 6-7-16 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 104-0061
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- 3 minutes on foot from the B5 exit of the subway "Ginza Station".