Woodblock Printing (Series)

Produce your own stunning example of this essential Japanese art.

Experience the beauty of mokuhanga woodblock printing in this hands-on workshop.

Carve your image, ink your woodblock with a variety of hues and transfer onto Japanese washi paper for an eye-catching piece of art unlike any other.

Katsutoshi Yuasa is a mokuhanga artist whose work has appeared in London’s Victoria and Albert Museum, the New York Public Library and the Cleveland Museum of Art. A graduate of Musashino Art University and the Royal College of Art and a lecturer at Tama Art University, Yuasa’s woodblock prints have also graced the Frederick Harris Gallery.


  • Sep 25 | Oct 2, 16, 23 | Nov 6, 20, 27 | Dec 11
  • 10am–1pm
  • Toko Shinoda and Yukiko Maki classrooms (Nov 20: Beate Sirota Gordon & Haru Reischauer classrooms)
  • Four classes: ¥22,000
  • Eight classes: ¥44,000
  • Additional materials: ¥5,000 (returning students); ¥15,000 (new students)
  • Non-Connections members are charged an additional registration fee of ¥3,500 (waived for Connections members).
  • Cancellation deadline: Sep 18
  • Contact the Connections Office about class availability after registration has closed.