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.

About Woodcut Printing


Ukiyo-e Exhibition of Cherry Blossoms and Mt. Fuji Brought to Life in Brilliant Colors through Craftsmanship

The exhibition introduces the great works and hidden masterpieces by Hokusai and Hiroshige depicting…

Special exhibition to commemorate the completion of the first ukiyo-e of modern ukiyo-e bijin-ga artist, Yasunari Ikenaga “UKIYO-E BEAUTY -From Utamaro Kitagawa to Yasunari Ikegana-”

Yasunari Ikenaga is an artist known for his portraits of enchanting modern beauties captured through…

Ukiyo-e Printmaking Demonstration and Workshop in SF on July 23 and 24!!

Adachi is going to make ukiyo-e print making demonstrations and workshops at “J-POP SUMMIT 201…



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

About Us

Our Objectives Greetings from the Chairman Overview of the Directors Location


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.


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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