Supervision of Woodcut Prints Production
The foundation supervises the reproduction of ukiyo-e prints by the Adachi Institute of Woodcut Prints, which is the parent organization of the foundation. Approximately 1,200 works from the early years of ukiyo-e to the end of the Edo Period have been reproduced, including masterpieces by such famous artists as Hokusai and Hiroshige.
Contemporary Woodcut Prints
The foundation supervises the production of woodcut prints by numerous contemporary artists, including masters of Japanese paintings such as Kaii Higashiyama, Ikuo Hirayama and Matazo Kayama, who as special advisors supported the foundation in its early days, and more recently the internationally active Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama.