Galleri Yamanashi
Köpmantorget 1,
Gamla Stan,
111 31 Stockholm




Our Tokyo gallery:Yamanashi Hemslöjd

Mikiko Yamanashi

Mikiko Yamanashi, Gallery Director




Wishing you all a better, happier 2021!

2020 has been an unbelievable year for all of us sharing the collective experience of the pandemic. Many of us are left in isolation behind our national borders. Galleri Yamanashi has been closed ever since the traffic between Japan and Sweden stopped last March. All our planned exhibitions and projects in Stockholm have been postponed until further notice. It is still difficult to see when we can become fully active internationally.

In October 2021, Yamanashi Hemslöjd marks its 50th anniversary in Japan. Since 1971, we have been promoting cultural exchange between northern Europe and Japan through handicrafts and manual arts. While Covid-19 has made digital media ever more dominant throughout the world, we will remain faithful to the value and beauty of tactile handmade objects.

We look forward to meeting you in person, but meanwhile, you are most welcome to join our activities in Tokyo online!


Thank you for sharing your love of arts and crafts with us. Wherever you are, stay safe and well, till we meet again.

Greetings from Mikiko Yamanashi and the Yamanashi Hemslöjd Team (Tokyo & Stockholm)


*The property of Galleri Yamanashi is owned by Stockholm City under the protective regulation of the old town. If you are interested in the business rights to Köpmantorget 1, 111 31 Stockholm, please contact us.