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Sairakudo is the main dealer in Ukiyoe since its establishment in the 1920's. They deal in all the most popular woodblock prints of the Edo
era (Hiroshige, Hokusai and so on) including paintings.
They have a gallery in Tokyo dealing in Japanese prints. The website is in Japanese.
Saru Gallery was started in 1999. It specializes in Japanese paintings and in 20th century Japanese woodblock prints (shin hanga and sosaku hanga). The Saru Gallery is located in Uden, a town in the province of Noord-Brabant, Netherlands.
Scholten Japanese Art opened its doors September 2000 in a renovated townhouse on New York's Upper East Side. In May of 2003, Scholten moved to a private gallery located on 58th Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues. In their new location, they can spend more time interacting with theiur collectors in a more personal environment.
Scholten Japanese Art
SCRIPTUM specializes in 19th and 20th century contemporary Japanese prints in all medium (almost 2000 prints for sale): Woodblocks, Etchings, Engravings, Stencil and Mixed Media. SCRIPTUM has been dealers in Japanese prints since 1999.
Scriptum - Modern Japanese Prints
The Sebastian Izzard LLC deals in all periods of Japanese and Korean art, the principal criterion is one of quality.
Sebastian Izzard LLC
The Shibunkaku, located in Kyoto, specializes in antique and modern Japanese art.
Shogun Gallery is one of the world's largest dealers of original, museum-quality Japanese Woodblock Prints.
Shonandai Gallery is a contemporary art gallery opened in 1987 in Shonandai, Fujisawa.
The Stuart Jackson Gallery specializes in antique Japanese woodblock prints (Ukiyo-e).
Stuart Jackson Gallery
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