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TEAROOM TOKA
Just on the side of gallery NICHINICHI you will find our tearoom TOKA. We offer a wide range of unique organic Japanese green teas, an assortment of varietals from different fields and years. Enjoy your tea alongside our original organic cacao from Hawaii or fresh Japanese sweets made each morning by our favored Kyoto wagashiya.
www.tokaseisei.com
Karin Kolster-Kelly STONE RINGS
22.November to 16. December 2019, 10:00 - 18:00, closed on Tuesday
This year we will present 50 special pieces made by Karin: topaz, turmaline, jade, rock-crystal, moonstone, lapis-lazuli, carnelian, turquoise, agate, morganite, kunzite, malachite, citrin, garnet, fossilized coral and a lot of others.
Encased in the form of a ring, the stone becomes something of an alter ego, mirroring and intensifying the light and energy of its wearer.
Please download the (Japanese) invitation card as PDF file.
PDF: invitation card
SHIMEKAZARI Japanese New Year Decorations made of Hemp
8 ー 18 November, 2018 10:00 to 18:00, closed on Tuesday
In collaboration with Yamakawa workshop, who specializes in twisting and twining hemp fibers into shimenawa ropes for ritual use, we produced five motifs of shinmekazari. Each is handmade from Japan grown hemp fibers. The can be bought in the gallery or ordered by phone or e-mail.
Traditional Textiles from India and Indonesia
12 - 29 July, 2019 10:00 to 18:00, closed on Tuesday
This exhibition displays and offers precious Indian and Indonesian textiles from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
The joy of old textiles is endless. We will offer for purchase a multitude of old textiles as is, in the very shapes they have been handed down through the centuries in. We have additionally prepared a wide range of small products made from old textiles: tea-related things such as shifuku (wrapping bags) or fukusa (cloth for presenting and wiping the tea bowl), business-card holders, patchwork cuts of small samples, and much more—small things that let us enjoy the beauty of old textiles in daily life.
Please download the (Japanese) invitation card as PDF file.
PDF: invitation card
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