Adachi Keeps Alive Uniquely Japanese Traditional Woodcut Printing Techniques

The woodcut printing techniques that gave birth to ukiyo-e are appreciated even today as a highly advanced technology for printing that is rarely found in the world. We are passing on these techniques to the next generation and looking to the global audience as we explore new possibilities for traditional woodcut printing techniques.

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The 14th “THE ADACHI CONTEMPORARY UKIYOE AWARD” Results, 2022

The Adachi Foundation announces the winners of The 14th “THE ADACHI CONTEMPORARY UKIYOE AWARD 2022”.…

Annual commemorative prints for 2022-2023 are introduced and displayed at Adachi Tokyo showroom (until the end of March in 2023)

The Adachi Foundation annually presents one completed woodcut print (Annual commemorative prints for…

Special display of Lee Ufan’s three woodcut prints

Lee Ufan is an artist who led one of the most important movements in post-war Japanese art, Mono-ha …

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Activities

Supervision of Woodcut Prints Production Subsidies Cultivation of Successors Publicity Lending Materials and Providing Information Works Supervised by the Foundation

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Showroom

Visitors can see permanent exhibits related to materials, tools and production processes of traditional woodcut printing techniques as well as works of woodcut printing supervised by the foundation.

Membership

The foundation has established a supporting member system
so that we may ask the general public to provide support for our activities.
We accept applications for membership throughout the year.

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