Special display of Ayako Rokkaku’s woodcut print

Ayako Rokkaku is an international contemporary artist well known for her unique hand-painting method. Her new woodcut print, “Untitled 2,” was completed as a masterpiece created by the carvers and printers who inherited the Japanese traditional woodcut printing techniques and will be displayed at the Tokyo showroom of the Adachi Foundation. This work is depicted in a “triptych” format commonly used for the ukiyo-e. Please come to see “Contemporary Ukiyo-e” with the light and brilliant colors and the energy of traditional woodcut prints produced by using a baren rubbing pad to rub water-based pigments into the fibers of the washi paper.

Ayako Rokkaku

Born in 1982 in Tokyo, Japan.

Solo Exhibitions:
Magic Hand, Chiba Prefectural Museum of Art, Chiba, Japan
Fumble in colors, tiny discoveries, Museum Jan van der Togt,
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Bright wind, another step, Gallery Delaive, Amsterdam, Netherlands
OBSCURA, Gallery Target, Tokyo, Japan
ramblings’ habitat, gallery trax, Yamanashi, Japan
Sealed Reminiscence, Gallery Delaive, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Lumpy Fluffy Splatter, gallery trax, Yamanashi Japan
Never ending love letter, Gallery Target, Tokyo, Japan


Special display of Ayako Rokkaku’s woodcut print

Period: 3/9/2023(Thu)~ 4/1/2023(Sat)

【Closed:Sundays, Mondays and National Holidays】

Hours: Tuesdays – Fridays 10:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m.

Saturdays 10:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.

Place:Adachi Tokyo Showroom (About 10 minutes walk from JR Mejiro St.)


※ Regarding the sales of Ayako Rokkaku’s woodcut prints, please see the information at the NEWS section of our “The Adachi Institute Contemporary Ukiyo-e” website.