NOW in shop KOGEI KEATON : Sakazu enoki Pottery by Ritsuji Takeuchi

Tuesday, 13 February 2024

Hello !

It's still cold (though the weather has been strange this week... )
Every year in February, customers come to our store looking for glasses and brightly or light colored vessels.

Maybe we all feel the arrival of spring naturally?
When the plum blossoms bloom in the park, we feel like it's about time.

The store has now stocked the vessels by Ritsuji Takeuchi of Sakazu Enoki Kiln, which is located in Kurashiki City, Okayama Prefecture. On the same table are Koji Nishikawa's hand blown wine glasses and cups. In the back, there are also hand blown cups from Jun Ota's in Fukuoka.

Please stop by if you are in the area !
Have a nice day

Exhibition of white porcelain and celadon porcelain by Motoji Igarashi

Thursday, 23 November 2023


This is a notice of a solo exhibition.
We will be holding an exhibition of Motoji Igarashi's white porcelain and celadon porcelain at our physical store "KOGEI KEATON" in Setagaya, Tokyo.

We would appreciate it if you could come and visit us.
We look forward to your visit.

『 Motoji Igarashi Exhibition 』
Date and time: 11/25 (Sat) - 12/2 (Sat) 13:00 to 18:00
Venue: Kogei Kiton 1-48-10 Setagaya, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo
Mr. Igarashi is in the store: 11/25 (Sat), 26 (Sun)
*We will be open throughout the exhibition period.
*Payment can be made by credit card, transportation system, or Seta Pay.
*During the exhibition period, only Motoji Igarashi's vessels will be on sale. Thank you for your understanding.

The special exhibition "The Beauty of European Handicrafts" in the Japan Folk Crafts Museum in Tokyo

Friday, 17 November 2023


We went to the special exhibition"Murata Collection Commemoration: Beauty of Western Crafts,'' will be held at the Japan Folk Crafts Museum in Komaba, Tokyo, until November 23rd (Thursday, holiday).

This exhibition was held after the Japan Folk Crafts Museum received a donation of the collection collected by the late Mr. Shinzo Murata and his wife Yoko throughout their lives.300 pieces carefully selected from a collection of 800 pieces will be on display, and you can see a wide range of wonderful pieces, from pottery to glass, woodwork such as chairs, and metalwork which had been used by common people in ordinary lives mainly from the 16th to the 19th century in Europe.

It was such a wonderful exhibit that we couldn't help but wish that this wonderful technology and culture, which no longer exists, would be inherited. The exhibition is available until November 23rd (Thursday, a public holiday), so why not come and take a closer look? You can also purchase illustrated catalogs at the Mingeikan shop, so be sure to check them out !!!

Exhibition of Samira Yunoki and Hisakatsu Hijikata

Sunday, 5 November 2023

Exhibition of Artist in the art of stencil-dyeing Samiro Yunoki and sculpter Hisakatsu Hijikata at Setagaya Museum in Tokyo.

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