Welcome to Japanese SALON

 

Japanese SALON, located in a charming 19th century villa Oud Holland in Bussum, 

inviting all walks of life from all over the world in the heart of the Netherlands,

It's a place to uncover art of Japan and create Inner-Peace.

Hope you enjoy our "Virtual Open House" as well!

 

Doors are always open! 


VIRTUAL OPEN HOUSE MARCH 2020

VIRTUAL OPEN HOUSE APRIL 2020



Art Collection

 

Art Collection & Exhibitions @ Japanese SALON

We oragnise selling exhibitions, collectors dinners, art curation and lectures/workshops with a purpose of bringing deeper appreciation of Japanese works of art , culture, philosophy and aesthetics.

 

We help international art lovers and collectors in every step to find the finest Japanese works of art.


Workshop

Workshops & Lectures @Japanese SALON

Time to set you free from conceptual thoughts, help you create space and silence in your mind,

Be with inner-peace, any time of the day,

Enjoy the present moment.

 

Practice Tea Ceremony, Calligraphy, Kintsugi and get a deeper understanding of Japanese culture & philosophy, Wabi Sabi and Zen.

 


 

Japanese SALON was originally founded in 2009 in Amsterdam, by Azumi Uchitani (See Azumi's TED TALK).  Inspired by the 18th century European literary Salon movements, as a platform to bring the essence of  Japanese culture, art and mindfulness and bring people together beyond cultures.

 

After the tragic event of earthquake and tsunami in Japan in 2011,  Japanese Salon also served as a charity organisation for two years to support pregnant women and babies through Japanese Midwife Association.

 

In 2015, Japanese SALON evolved and moved to its own premises combining the function of an art gallery with Azumi's lifetime passion for art and her Japanese native expertise.  In 2017, relocated to the current historic location, Villa Oud Holland, in Bussum, The Netherlands, where people of all walks of life are welcomed to experience the art of Japan.

 

"My aim is to bring more joy to our daily life with Art of Japan,

with a touch of love and light." - Azumi 

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