A number of impressive details hidden within the image has made fans go crazy for this limited-edition print.
A collection of playful prints from over 200 years ago prove that Japan’s highly-refined sense of cute has a very long history indeed.
Yup, the familiar Disney characters look as cool as ice!
The little known daughter of ukiyo-e legend Hokusai is the main character in this animated featured film.
One of the most beloved characters in manga and anime history is now available as an ukiyo-e woodblock print!
When Japanese travelers go abroad, they’ll be taking some of the country’s most famous and beautiful examples of woodblock print artwork with them.
Two all-American heroes blend seamlessly with two legendary Japanese characters in this new take on a classic ukiyo-e print from the 1800s.
Finding out you can’t eat soba stinks — but at least this is the coolest way to get bad news!
Japanese toilets continue to lead the way with a new range of beautifully decorative models.
These ukiyo-e prints will appeal to more than just fans of the band!
Prized traditional woodblock prints age even more gracefully when they’re recreated in shades of wine.
Especially if you have an appreciation for the macabre!
Mario and Luigi appear in a new artwork that combines traditional Japanese art techniques with the modern-day video game world.
NEC’s creative collaboration with digital artist Atsuki Segawa shows us what it might have looked like if computers existed in Japan during the Edo Period!
Edo-period artwork gets the cute cat treatment in Japan.
Well, now we know that the stylish characters of the hit anime Lupin the Third look awesome as ukiyo-e drawings in traditional Japanese clothing!
If you love art, you’ll definitely want to check out Kobayashi’s prints!
From breastfeeding mothers to merchant towns and an evening party with kimono-clad girls in Kyoto, these newly released artworks and photos of old Japan are simply captivating.
Wear a wave to your next party with designs inspired by one of Japan’s most famous ukiyo-e woodblock prints.