Japanese Woodblock Prints

Dallas-Ukiyo-e.com is currently live at AKON.

The earliest known Japanese woodblock print dates back to 784, and the technique was widely adopted throughout Japan during the Edo period. Using water-based inks rather than oils, Japanese woodblock prints showcase a wide variety of colorful effects.

Our print collection is currently live at Akon, in Fort Worth, TX. Please contact argynt@hotmail.com to discuss any pieces you are interested in.