Ippodo Gallery New York
32 E 67th Street, 3rd Floor
New York City, NY, 10065
Tuesday - Friday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday 11:00 am - 5:30 pm
Asia Week NY hours
Saturday March 18, 10-6
Sunday March 19, 11-5
Monday, March 20, 11-6
Tuesday-Saturday, March 21-25, 10-6
Please contact us with any questions.
T: +1 (212) 967-4899
Director Shoko Aono: + 1 (917) 403-8977
“I” [eeh]: One, unique, top, begin, first, finest
“po” [po]: a grain of rice, symbol of Japan, bring fruit and life
“do” [doh]: a place where people gather
Ippodo Gallery honors traditions in life and presents a gratitude for nature. Ippodo Gallery marries the world of Japanese reverence and contemporary sensibility.
Founded by Keiko Aono in 1996, Ippodo Gallery has been a pioneer in presenting Japanese Kogei art - Ceramics, lacquerware, bamboo, woodwork, metal, textiles, glass, painting, photography, etc.
By closely working with living Japanese artists, through a belief that life is an art form itself, Keiko Aono built Ippodo Gallery through a specific kind of trust and love found in human relationships.
As a result, Ippodo Gallery has been working directly with over 200 artists and have held thousands of exhibitions over the decades.
Ippodo Gallery Tokyo, located both in the heart of Ginza and a quiet residential area Gotenyama, now have tea ceremony rooms where they many artists and friends to gather together, fostering connections.
Continuing and expanding upon this belief overseas, Shoko Aono, in 2008, brought Ippodo Gallery to New York City and has since continued to witness the impact of Japanese Kogei art in a western landscape. A connection and love for art that transcends language.
The gallery’s mission is to share empathy and conversations with the world through the experience of Japanese culture.
Return Policy Guidelines
Ippodo Gallery maintains a no returns policy and all sales are final. Remittance must be completed within 20 business days after the invoice issue date, unless otherwise stated.
Artworks that are shipped are subject to a full refund if the package is damaged during delivery. A condition report must be filed with Ippodo Gallery via phone call at (212) 967-4899 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org within 48 hours of delivery arrival. Ippodo Gallery reserves the right to refuse a return in the event that the artwork is found to have become damaged after delivery.
For sales that are not part of an active exhibition, Ippodo Gallery may choose to accept exchanges or offer equivalent credit within 30 days of the invoice date. Ippodo Gallery maintains the right to offer the opportunity to consign a work in lieu of a return, refund, or exchange. Consignment terms and rates vary by item.