Masayuki Koitabashi Solo Exhibition “Sojo”
International Shipping

11 p.m. June 3 to 9, 2024 (JST)


Masayuki Koitabashi Solo Exhibition “Sojo”<br>International Shipping

Masayuki Koitabashi Solo Exhibition “Sojo”
International Shipping

11 p.m. June 3 to 9, 2024 (JST)

We will be accepting international shipments of works exhibited at “Sojo” from June 3 to June 9, 2024.

Orders are accepted through our email address.
【 Detailed of the artworks can be viewed at our online store( The online store will show “sold out” due to the system. Please contact us by e-mail for the current stock status. 】

・Please read the following information if you wish to purchase. Then, please fill out the form and send it to us by e-mail. → We do not accept orders by phone or Instagram DM.
・Payment must be made in advance by credit card via the pay online.
・All artworks are one-of-a-kind. First come first serve.
・Artworks will be shipped sequentially from late July 2024.
・Multiple purchases are also possible. Please note that shipping costs will be charged for each of them.
・Once the order has been accepted, no cancellations or refunds will be made. Please check the contents carefully before sending an e-mail.
・We will deliver via EMS (Express Mail Service) of the Japan Post Office. Other delivery methods are not available upon request.
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◆ How to order.
1) Select your desired artwork from the “◆ List of Artworks”. You can see the details of the artworks in our online store.  →Online Store
2) Fill in the “◆ Required Information” and send us your order by e-mail.(
3) We will send you the URL for online payment as soon as we confirm the details. Please make your payment by the due date.
4) Once we confirm your payment, we will send you a “Purchase Receipt Complete” e-mail.
 This email will be considered acceptance complete.
5) Artworks will be shipped sequentially from late July 2024.

Please note that we respond to each email one by one, so it may take us a few days to reply.
If you do not receive a reply within a week after sending the e-mail, please contact us again.

◆ Required Information.
・Your name :
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・Phone number:
・Name of the work you wish to purchase ( e.g./ Sojo.3 )

◆ Shipping charges ( ¥JPY )
Shipping charges vary depending on the size and weight of the artwork, as well as the country/region.
The following is a guideline, so please contact us by e-mail for more details.

Zone 1 China, Korea, Taiwan >> About ¥3,000~¥7,000
Zone 2 Asia (excluding China, Korea, Taiwan) >> About ¥4,000~¥9,000
Zone 3 Oceania, Canada, Mexico, Middle East, Europe >> About ¥6,000~¥14,000
Zone 4 U.S. (including Guam and other U.S. territories) >> About ¥7,000~¥16,000
Zone 5 Central and South America (excluding Mexico), Africa >> About ¥7,000~¥18,000

◆ Customs Clearance Procedures
Shipments shipped outside of Japan may be subject to import taxes, duties, and fees of the country of delivery in addition to shipping charges.
Additional charges for customs clearance procedures must be paid by the recipient.
Please note that we are unable to inform you of any additional charges in advance or change the charges.
Customs clearance requirements vary widely from country to country, so please contact your local customs office for more information.

◆ About the exhibition “Sojo”
In April, we held a solo exhibition of Masayuki Koitabashi, who started his career as a printmaker but has continued to create works with expressions outside the boundaries of printmaking.
“Sojo(層状)” means “Layers”. He has been fascinated by the possibilities of washi(=Japanese paper) and the beauty of its layers, and at this exhibition, he presented truly layered three-dimensional works, such as applying persimmon tannin to layers of washi or soaking printed paper in natural dyes and then dyeing it.The transformation of his works themselves can be seen as seamless, as he has never left the support of Japanese paper, which he has been working on since the beginning of his career, but his more thoughtful expression is also apparent. What is interesting about Masayuki Koitabashi is that he is not afraid to change his approach to realize his images. Please take a look at the days when he faces paper as if he were no longer a researcher experimenting with it, and the ongoing new frontiers he is challenging in the process.

◆ About Masayuki Koitabashi
He is an artist who started his career as a printmaker in 2010. He has been living and working in Kyoto since 2020. While his signature prints are circular prints, in recent years he has been working with a variety of shapes and materials to create works that are not limited to the flat surface, while still using printmaking as one of his methods of expression.

◆ List of Artworks ↓

  • Masayuki Koitabashi Solo Exhibition “Sojo”<br>International Shipping
  • Masayuki Koitabashi Solo Exhibition “Sojo”<br>International Shipping
  • Masayuki Koitabashi Solo Exhibition “Sojo”<br>International Shipping
  • Masayuki Koitabashi Solo Exhibition “Sojo”<br>International Shipping