100 years of Japanese Tableware – Okuratouen

Established in 1919 by Magobei and Kazuchika Okura, Okuratouen (a.k.a Okura Art China Inc.) continues to produce world-class products as Japan’s representative Western tableware maker. This exhibition introduces Okura Art China’s exceptional designs and quality, exhibits products made for clients such as business leaders and well-established hotels, and explores the role of the company in Japan’s western-style tableware culture. The exhibit also features recently discovered materials that convey new information about the period when Okura Art China was found.

*Some pieces will be replaced during the exhibition period.


  • Period

  • Venue

    The Shoto Museum of Art
    2-14-14 Shoto, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, JAPAN
  • Admission

    Adults 500yen(400yen)
    College students 400yen(320yen)
    Senior(60 and over) 250yen(200yen)
    High school students 250yen(200yen)
    Elementary and Junior high school students 100yen(80yen)

    *( ) reduced fees are available for groups of over 10 people
    *Elementary and junior-high-school students are admitted free of charge on Saturdays, Sundays, and national holidays and during the summer vacation
    *Shibuya residents are admitted free of charge on Fridays
    *Persons with disabilities and up to one attendant are admitted free of charge

    For more details, visit the official site.

  • Closed days

    Mondays (except July 15), July 16

  • Opening hours

    10:00〜18:00 *Open until 20:00 on Fridays *Last entry 30 minutes before closing
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