Aiming for the continuation, promotion, improvement and further development of culture and art
The Nissha Foundation 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.
Nissha Museum of Printing History
AMeeT is a web magazine published by the Nissha Foundation and comes out every other month, focusing on the concepts “art meets technology”.
The Nissha Foundation hosts the PATinKyoto Print Art Triennale in Kyoto.
News & Topics
Nissha Foundation donated one print art work to City of Kyoto
April 7, 2023
[Event Report] Nissha Museum of Printing History Opened on the 20th “Kansai Culture Days”
November 21, 2022
Support the activities of the Promotion and Research Organization for Art by Artists with Disabilities (NPO)
October 7, 2022
Support the activities of the drummer “YOYOKA”
September 7, 2022
Donation of Relocation and Maintenance Fundraising to Kyoto City University of Arts
July 11, 2022
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
Please make a reservation call by the day before for both groups and individuals. There is no fee for entry.
+81 75 823 5318
Secretariat of the NISSHA FOUNDATION
Opening hours: 10am to 5pm
Closed: Saturdays, Sundays and holiday