Antiques selected by the sense of Kyoto’s old hair decoration shop
Kazurasei Roho is a long-running traditional Japanese hair ornament shop near Yasaka Jinja Shrine. Besides their main business, they also run an antique gallery. The collection consists of items assembled by their previous owner, including both Western and Oriental antiques. The present owner, Shigeo Shimofuri, who is also an antique collector and connoisseur, opened this gallery in 2000. In the display shines excellent antique glassware Shimofuri collected from around the world over a number of years that includes Baccarat, Gallé, Daum as well as ceramic works from Europe such as Meissen. Furniture from the Qing dynasty period of China (17-20th century), and small articles from Asian countries also entertain the antique fans. You will be able to discover a unique combination of Western and Orient antiques.
Translation to English by AD BRAIN INC.
|Name||Kazurasei Teramachi Shop|
|Address||638-1 Shimogoryomae-cho, Teramachi-dori Marutamachi Nansei-kado, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto|
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