Sharing the joys of Japanese art

The Society for Japanese Arts was founded in 1937. It currently has about 750 members, including prominent museums and institutions, in 24 countries. The Society aims to provide an inspiring platform for sharing knowledge and experience regarding every aspect of the visual and applied arts of Japan.

Andon 105

Journal of the Society for Japanese Arts

Andon 105 first of all presents Robert Schaap and Glenn van den Bosch’ checklist of Keisai Eisen’s serial graphics, which we...

Society for Japanese Arts


Thursday 13 December 2018

Society For Japanese Arts travels to Paris 13-16 December 2018


Leiden University Masterclass by Prof. Matthew McKelway / IIAS Lecture

19 Ocotober 2018: "Albums, Gafu, and Exhibitions: Painting and Posterity in Late Eighteenth Century Kyoto"