Gallery Fake (ギャラリーフェイク, Gyararī Feiku) is a Japanese manga by Fujihiko Hosono, which was adopted into an anime television series from January 8 to September 24, 2005. In 1996, it received the Shogakukan Manga Award.
On a wharf on Tokyo Bay is a small gallery named Gallery Fake. The owner of the gallery, Reiji Fujita, was once a curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York with remarkable memory, keen aesthetic sense, great skill in restoration of paintings and knowledge of many language. However, because of trouble in the workplace, Fujita was forced to quit the museum. Now he is an art dealer who sells paintings, authentic and fake alike, at extraordinary prices. By his motto "One without aesthetic sense can't help being cheated out of his money. And by being deceived, one may learn to distinguish real ones from the counterfeit", Fujita can touch the lives of those he encounters and people are attracted to him in spite of himself.