The new space “KH FASHION BOX” opened in January 2019

The new exhibition space named “KH FASHION BOX” opened inside the Kobe Fashion Museum where Hiroko Koshino was appointed a director emeritus. For the first exhibition, the mannequins used in the Metropolitan Museum and clothes by Hiroko Koshino, which were presented in her exhibition in New York last year, are displayed along with colorful paintings and tapestries. Exhibits will be changed according to the themed exhibition in the future.

Koshino hopes the space will make people feel closer to fashion and become a place of learning for young people. Please enjoy the world of Hiroko Koshino where art and fashion meet.


Address: 1st floor, Kobe Fashion Museum (2-9-1, Koyo-cho Naka, Higashinada-ku, Kobe)

Opening hours: 10:00 am. – 6:30 pm (admission open until 5:30 pm)

Closed: Mondays (if Monday is a holiday, closed on Tuesday)

Free admission


KH Gallery Ginza
小篠弘子×HIROKO KOSHINO – Cycle of Art and Design –

KH Gallery Ginza will hold the exhibition entitled “小篠弘子 × HIROKO KOSHINO – Cycle of Art and Design -”. The career of the fashion designer Hiroko Koshino started when the 18-year-old Hiroko Koshino entered the world of design while dreaming of becoming a painter. Since she found the commonality between fashion drawings and paintings, she worked at the forefront of the fashion industry as a designer. This exhibition will shed light on some of her fashion creations, selected from her huge collection, and present the close connection between art and design.

Clothes made with the original design textile, paintings that feature the collage of that textile, clothes with prints of these paintings… Such process of developing creations in different forms will be presented in installations using large frames. The exhibition will also display digital-made textiles that reproduced Koshino’s hand-drawn paintings, as well as rare clothes that she directly painted. Gicl-e fashion drawings, the starting point of clothes making, will be sold too.

Plane and solid, static and dynamic, analog and digital-please enjoy the endless cycle of art and design that connects different elements and continues to expand without limit.

Monday, January 21 – Saturday, March 16, 2019

10:30 am – 7:00 pm

Closed: Sunday, January 27; Sunday, February 3; Sunday, February 17; Sunday, March 3


  • HIROKO KOSHINO《2013 AW collection》


【KH Gallery Ashiya】 Parking lot opened 

KH Gallery Ashiya opened an exclusive fee-charging parking lot.

You can enjoy the rich nature of Mount Rokko while driving to the Gallery. Although the scenery has changed slightly since the time Koshino built her house in this place, you can still take a walk around Okuike Pond near the parking lot and enjoy the changing seasons after visiting the Gallery. This place is a source of inspiration for Koshino’s paintings, and we hope you will experience its atmosphere too.

In case of strong typhoons and snow, traffic may be restricted on the Royu Driveway.

Please note that the Gallery and parking lot may be closed temporarily in this case.

Parking information

KH Gallery Ashiya Parking Lot

Address: 34-1, Okuikeminami-cho, Ashiya, Hyogo

(inside the Royu Driveway Parking)

Please park in an empty spot among the five spots named “KH Gallery Parking Lot”.

Please remove your car from the parking lot before 5:00 pm.

The parking fee is 520 yen per car. Please pay at the Royu Driveway Office Counter located next to the parking lot. (8 minutes on foot to the Gallery)

*This parking lot is managed by Royu Driveway.

Our Gallery shall not be responsible for any accident or theft that occurs inside the parking lot.


【Notice of gallery closure】

KH Gallery Ginza will be closed the following schedule.

26th December open hour will be until 6:00 pm

From 27th December until January 7th, 2019

Next exhibition will be held from January 21th, 2019.

Further details will be announced on this website.


【Notice of gallery closure】

KH Gallery Ginza will be closed the following schedule.

From 24th December until January 12th, 2019

The opening of the New Year starts on January 13th.

There is no reservation on Sunday and you can visit freely.


KH Gallery Ginza Permanent Exhibition “Abstract Paintings”

KH Gallery Ginza Permanent Exhibition “Abstract Paintings”

Friday, November 16, 2018 ー Wednesday, December 26, 2018

10:30 am -7:00 pm (December 26th is closed at 5:00 pm)

Closed: Every Sunday.

KH Gallery Ginza will hold the permanent exhibition of Hiroko Koshino “Abstract Paintings”

from November 16, 2018.

  • WORK #1957 #1958


KH Gallery Ashiya
Special Exhibition
Dishes by Hiroko Koshino

KH Gallery Ashiya will hold the exhibition entitled “Dishes by Hiroko Koshino” to present dishes Koshino created on various occasions. The exhibition will feature works cut out and formed from flat clay as if making clothes, blue dishes painted with colorful, humorous line drawings as part of collaboration, and decorated lacquerware which was presented at the exhibition in Sabae in summer 2018. Please enjoy the encounter between Japan’s traditional beauty and senses of modernity.

KH Gallery Ashiya

Special Exhibition

Dishes by Hiroko Koshino

Sunday, November 11, 2018 – Sunday, February 10, 2019

11:00 am. – 4:00 pm.

Closed: Wednesdays / Tuesday, December 25 – Saturday, January 12 / during other events

Open upon reservation: Please fill the Reservation Form on the “ASHIYA GALLERY” page on this website and make a reservation.

Reservation is not required on Sundays.


Debut in NY’s art world

Besides being a fashion designer for over 60 years, Hiroko Koshino has been active as an artist in recent years. She will hold her first personal exhibition in New York, at the WhiteBox Gallery. Please come visit if you are in New York.

Exhibition “Hiroko Koshino: A Touch of Bauhaus” CURATED BY KYOKO SATO

Period: Thursday, November 1 – Saturday, December 1, 2018

Opening reception: Thursday, November 1 6 pm – 8 pm

Venue: WhiteBox Gallery

329 Broome Street

(Between Bowery and Chrystie)

New York, NY 10002

Tel: 212-714-2347


*Hiroko Koshino will give a lecture at Feldman C501, Fashion Institute of Technology, from 11 am to noon on Thursday, November 1. If you wish to attend, please contact for reservation.

Special thanks to The Costume Institute, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York and Nao Takekoshi.


KH Gallery Ashiya Permanent Exhibition

KH Gallery Ashiya will hold a permanent painting exhibition of Hiroko Koshino from October 21, 2018. to November 8.

Sunday, Octover 21 – Thurthday, November 8, 2018

Open : 11:00 am – 4:00 pm(the last entry is at 3:30)

Closed: Every Wednesday, and also a case of temporary closure to other events and bad weather.

Our gallery is open to the public on a reservation basis, except for Sundays when doors are open to drop-in visitors.

To make a reservation, submit the online application from linked to this page with all the necessary fields completed.

KH Gallery Ashiya Reservation Request


KH Gallery Ginza

Hiroko Koshino Homage to Junichi Nakahara

KH Gallery Ginza will hold an exhibition entitled “Special Exhibition: Hiroko Koshino-Homage to Junichi Nakahara”.

Junichi Nakahara worked on magazine covers and illustrations since 1930s and was known for his drawings of women with big eyes and sophisticated fashion. In the changing post-war times, he published magazines and style books and attracted the attention of many women with his diverse talents in illustrations, editing and design. Hiroko Koshino was also inspired greatly by his works in her impressionable years.

This exhibition will feature five precious paintings of Nakahara such as the cover of the magazine “Soleil” and originals of his style books. As homage to Nakahara, Koshino will draw various portraits of women with individuality on Washi papers using smudge, blurs and gradation of Sumi ink. The profile she draws with her signature is the symbol of strong women who cherish themselves.

Junichi Nakahara drew the beauty of elegant women from the pre-war to post-war eras, and Hiroko Koshino pays homage to this pioneer who pursued women’s rich lifestyle. Please enjoy the look of women who looked ahead of their time.

*Exhibited works will be partially changed during the exhibition period.

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