Jim Breen's Ukiyo-E Gallery
Contains a print gallery of work by more than 12 famous Japanese Ukiyo-e artists.
Welcome to Edo
Enthralling virtual tour of Tokyo past, augmented by text and illustrations that borrow from Ukiyo-e traditional prints.
Features a list of affiliated artists and a summary of the Japanese art movement documenting urban lifestyles during the 1600s to 1867.
Ukiyo-e Society of America
Promotes the study and appreciation of Japanese Ukiyo-e woodblock prints for collectors and enthusiasts through forums, lectures, and journals.
Floating World of Ukiyo-e, The
Exhibition from the Library of Congress. Collection includes paintings, drawings, and books from the 17th to 19th centuries.
Nagoya TV Ukiyo-e Museum
Collects the work of Hokkusai Katushika, Kunisada Utagawa, Hiroshige Utagawa, and Yoshitoshi Tsukioka.
John Boyd's Home Page: Ukiyo-e
Offers history, image subjects, and associated artworks from the art movement known as Images of the Floating World.