Preserving and handing down culture – a new mode of communication
Since its founding, TERRADA has focused on preservation and storage. In recent years, we have pursued a deeper concept of "storage," moving beyond an emphasis on tangible things to embrace the preservation and handing down of intangible culture and tradition itself.
Through our art promotion business, we set the stage for new forms of cultural creation by cultivating the legacy of traditional techniques and materials, providing support for emerging artists, and managing art galleries and studios.
- A traditional materials lab revisioning the now. We offer rare materials of superb quality and a highly knowledgeable staff of experts in art materials ready to offer guidance on the characteristics and application methods for each material.
- T-ART ACADEMY
- Workshops run by professionals, designed to leverage our unique materials. From art hobbyists and enthusiasts to professional creators and researchers, all artists are welcome to join us in studying the materials and their corresponding techniques.
- T-ART GALLERY
- Art exhibition space installed inside our warehouse. We provide ideal conditions for showcasing and admiring art.
- BUCKLE KÔBÔ
- TERRADA has renovated this former ironworks located in Keihinjima, in Tokyo’s Ota Ward, into an open-access creative studio. A hub of creativity where both Japanese and foreign artistic cultures interact, BUCKLE KÔBÔ constantly innovates and disseminates new culture forms.
- Asian Art Award supported by Warehouse TERRADA
- This award contributes to the development of contemporary art by discovering and supporting emerging artists—both through conferring the Asian Art Award supported by Warehouse TERRADA and through continued support of the recipients' creative endeavors.
- Tokyo University of the Arts – Public Collaboration Center – Commissioned Research
- We conduct research with experts in the field of conservation of cultural property to conserve and restore contemporary and modern art works.
Bringing together a wide variety of works across the arts to Tennoz Isle.
Dubbed "TERRADA ART VILLAGE," the community aims to become a hotspot for the production of artistic culture.
- TAC ART STUDIO (2F)
- Leveraging the warehouse into a renovated artists’ workshop space. Artists from diverse media orientations come together to define this vibrantly creative environment.
- TAC GALLERY SPACE (3F,5F)
- With its five-meter high ceilings, this gallery space combines the efforts of SCAI PARK, Kodama Gallery, URANO, YAMAMOTO GENDAI, and Yuka Tsuruno Gallery, and makes TENNOZ a locus for pioneering contemporary arts.
- HELUTRANS-TERRADA (4F)
- Partnering with Helu-Trans (S) Pte Ltd, with its wide network of base operations for art logistics spanning Asia, to offer comprehensive one-stop services on a global scale for all your fine arts needs – packing, transport, display, and storage.
- Yokohama College of Arts & Design – Tennoz Satellite (4F)
- Considering the repair and preservation of arts and craftwork as an asset common to all humanity, we educate future professionals in preservation science through the "Warehouse TERRADA Collaborative Course in Restoration and Preservation," beginning in April 2017.
TERRADA ART VILLAGE
- T-ART GALLERY, TERRATORIA, ARCHI-DEPOT MUSEUM
- Warehouse TERRADA Main Storage Center (D Entrance)
2-6-10 Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
- PIGMENT(T-ART ACADEMY)
- TERRADA Harbor One Bldg. 1F
2-5-5 Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Open: 11:00AM-8:00PM (Closed on Mon and Thu)
- TERRADA ART COMPLEX
- Warehouse TERRADA S-Bldg.
1-33-10 Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
TAC GALLERY SPACE (3F)：
Open: 11:00AM-6:00PM (11:00AM-8:00PM on Fri, Closed on Sun, Mon, and Holidays)
- Providing an Environment for Artists to Focus on Creation
- Sebastian Masuda, Art Director / Artist
- We interviewed Sebastian Masuda at KAWAII MONSTER CAFE, which he created in Harajuku, Tokyo. It is a popular restaurant that opened in August 2015 and has been visited by 200,000 people over the past year. Its popularity extends not only to customers, but also as a location for television programs and magazine photo shoots. …read more
- The Importance of Cultural Inheritance through Storage
- Kengo Kuma, Architect
- Kengo Kuma’s office is located in Gaienmae, Tokyo. The multinational staff work energetically in a scene that truly symbolizes his status as a world-renowned architect. A representative example of Kuma’s recent work is his use of numerous parts of the old Kabuki-za theater when the theater was rebuilt. "The amount of information physical things carry is overwhelming. …read more
- A New Way of Enjoying Art is Created from Where It is Stored
- Yuka Tsuruno, Gallerist
- Yuka Tsuruno is a gallerist, an occupation still largely unfamiliar to people in Japan. She started with just a small space. "Originally, I stored artworks in a stockroom in my gallery. But as customers began leaving more pieces with me, I started to feel a greater responsibility toward how they were stored. Stains and mold can damage the value of artwork, …read more