Keio Plaza Hotel will host “the 38th Arita and Imari Porcelain Exhibition – From Origin to Mordern Style” introducing to guests the Arita and Imari porcelain, the first ceramics made in the southern island of Kyushu, Japan. This year’s exhibition will focus upon “Ko-Karatsu” and “Ko-Imari” porcelain established in the southern island of Kyushu. “Ko-Karatsu” is known for its simple and sturdiness during the reign of the Lord Toyotomi in the late 16th century, and “Ko-Imari” became popular art items amongst European aristocrats during the 17th century Edo Period.
Ko-Karatsu and Ko-Imari Antique Porcelain
Items displayed and for sale are provided by three well known antique art dealers in Tokyo
Collaboration: Gallery Maesaka Seitendo, Kanpodo Gallery, Galerie Azur
Table Settings using Antique and Modern Arita Porcelain
Space producer and Japan Party Planner Association Chairman Yoko Maruyama and her associates will create special coordinated table settings using porcelain dishes to demonstrate how to beautifully integrate porcelain into daily lifestyles for the enjoyment of exhibition participants.
8 of our restaurants and lounges will serve dishes on genuine Arita and Imari porcelain. Our expert chefs are preparing exclusive menus using favorite seasonal ingredients and time-honored cooking methods. Enjoy beautiful porcelain using all your senses
Lunch 11,500yen/Dinner 18,000yen
Lunch 4,200yen/Dinner 12,000yen
Lunch 8,500yen/Dinner 12,000yen
Afternoon Tea set 4,300yen
Cake Set 1,750yen