Niigata Eya

Niigata-shi, Japan

1864, 10-bancho, Kamiokawamae-dori,Chuo-ku
Chuo-ku,
951-8068 Niigata-shi
Niigata-ken
Niigata-shi, Japan

info@niigata-eya.jp

NIIGATA EYA is a gallery regularly introducing fine arts and crafts that it respects. Aims to create a place where visitors can touch and feel the diversity of fine arts. The exhibitions are shown at a room with posts, transom window, earth wall and lattice that was renovated from Japanese Machiya-style house from Taisho-era.

Niigata city is a city that was originally formed as a port in the mouth of the Shinano-River, the longest river in Japan, in sixteen Century. Now, the river width became narrow, and Niigata is no more vibrant as a port. But still, lots of memories of each era remain. Our gallery "Niigata-Eya"- a Japanese traditional wooden house- is one of such memories, it is located on a corner of the downtown. "Niigata Eya" was established by 9 members with various background and professions in 2000 aiming to make a place like a small port where diverse artistic expressions call at - likewise as the old Niigata city that big and small ships from rivers and oceans had gathered. > Since 2005, We operate an old traditional Japanese style house located in closer to the ocean, as a small museum, it called "Sakyukan". At Sakyukan, we enjoy exciting experiences that a traditional old house to transform into a space for modern arts expressions. Niigata- EYA http://niigata-eya.jp Sakyukan https://www.sakyukan.jp

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