NISHIKAWA JAPAN" Showroom, renovated from the annex of the Nishikawa Residence, a registered tangible cultural property of Japan, is now completed.
Architect Kengo Kuma supervised the design of the showroom, which is designed to resemble a tea ceremony room, with stained glass and flooring from the early Showa period when the annex was built, and curtains made of organdie material surrounding the exhibition space.
At present, the NISHIKAWA JAPAN Showroom is for buyers and by appointment only.
We appreciate your understanding.
Looking forward to welcoming you soon at our new showroom,