Aiming for the continuation, promotion, improvement and further development of
printing culture and technology in Kyoto
The Nissha Foundation for Printing Culture and Technology aims to further and promote printing culture and technology by such means as collecting,
preserving and publishing data on printing culture and technology, conducting research and holding lectures on printing culture,
and subsidizing and supporting related study and research.
AMeeT is a web magazine published by the Nissha Foundation for Printing Culture and Technology and comes out every other month, focusing on the concepts “art meets technology” and “from Kyoto to the world.”
The Nissha Foundation for Printing Culture and Technology hosts the PATinKyoto Print Art Triennale in Kyoto.
News & Topics
The Nissha Museum of Printing History will be open on Kansai Culture Days, November 18 (Sat.) and 19 (Sun.).
November 1, 2017
[Event report] A musical performance was held in the Main Building on Saturday, February 4.
March 2, 2017
[Event report] The Nissha Museum of Printing History was open on Kansai Culture Days, November 19 (Sat.) and 20 (Sun.).
November 21, 2016
[Event report] Chokyoto 2016 public talk cosponsored by the Foundation.
October 31, 2016
[Event report] Dramatic reading by Glass Markets of Sleep of the Burial Shop
October 19, 2016
32nd Printing Culture Seminar: Your first sketches of Kyoto-style confectionery
Held on November 11, 2017
31st Printing Culture Seminar: Your first action origami
Held on August 26, 2017
30th Printing Culture Seminar: Your first design calligraphy
Held on May 20, 2017
Information for visiting the Nissha Museum of Printing History
Make a reservation by telephone or fax in advance whether you are visiting as a group or individuals. No entrance fee is required.
+81 75 823 5318 Fax +81 75 823 5317
Secretariat of the Nissha Foundation for Printing Culture and Technology