About orders
I cannot order foreign countries in WEB.
But I accept the order in this email (info@hanga.co.jp).

I will reply you about the printprice + shippmentcost in total.
if you can approve it with an amount of money.
I send a request email from PAYPAL to you
On receipt of money confirmation, I will send prints soon.

* The price is tax exempt. Customs duty upon
receipt will be borne by you.

EX.Print @22000yen ʙ20000yen
The shipment (DHL) of one print is 2400 yen. 

  Kyoto(Main Shop)°°MAP
   Teramachi-Nijyo,Kyoto,604-0932 Japan
   It is foot five minutes from subway° Tozai line°ň
   "Kyoto Shiyakusho-mae Station".
   Sat.,Sun.&national holiday


 Unsodo was founded in 1891 as a publishing house with a focus on art. 
 Yamada Naosaburø, the founder, received vital training and experience
 working at Kyoto°«s venerable Bunkyüdo bookstore. 
 Upon declaring his independence, he opened Unsødø at its current
 location, Teramachi/Nijo. In 1918, Unsodo opened a branch shop
 in Tokyo. 

 The scholar/artist Tomioka Tessai created the shop name, believing
 that since plants are vital to the production of books,placing the plant
 character °»so°… in the center of the name would ensure the success
 of Unsodo books. 
 Since its founding,there has been a steady stream of art related
 publications, including traditional copybook °»gafu°…,progressive school
 instruction books, °»zuan°… pattern books, ukiyo-e prints, photo
 collections and art study works. 

 In addition to woodblock printed works, Unsodo has created works in
 other media: lithographic, collotype,and full-color publications devoted
 to the fine arts and applied arts.
 Unsodo is especially noted for its continuing publication of such
 masterpieces of book art as Katsushika Hokusai°«s Hundred Views of
 Mt. Fuji, and his Hokusai Manga, as well as such 20th century classics
 as Kamisaka Sekka°«s Momoyogusa. 

 The possession of tens of thousands of original woodblocks establishes
 Unsodo as the authentic publisher of its woodblock printed books. 
 ven now, the look and feel of woodblock printed books is uniquely
 appealing, and Unsodo publications are Japan°«s most authoritative. 
 Despite the prevalence of modern developments in offset and digital
 printing, Unsodo, together with the dedicated block carvers and printers
 of Kyoto, are pleased and proud to carry on the traditional woodblock
 printing of books and prints