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Kaikodo: A Change of Venue

Onomea Bay from the lanai of Kaikodo’s new home.

Kaikodo, long an active participant in New York City’s Asian art scene, moved its business and all operations to Onomea Bay on the Big Island of Hawai’i in Autumn 2020. Howard and Mary Ann Rogers founded Kaikodo in Japan in 1983 and around a decade and a half later moved their primary residence to Hawai’i and established a second home and gallery on the Upper East Side in NYC. For the past twenty-five years they have maintained a busy schedule that has had them bouncing back and forth between their home in Hawai’i and the New York gallery with frequent acquisition treks further afield, primarily to Asia. Hawai’i was not only a conveniently located springboard for those buying trips but the center for their research and writing while the gallery was maintained by their peerless director, Carol Conover. Now centralized under one roof on the Big Island and with a modified modus operandi, business goes on! Please do keep watch for Kaikodo’s website updates, notice of new acquisitions, and future issues of Kaikodo Journal as Kaikodo continues to welcome inquiries at [email protected] and now also at 808-964-3229.