Fukuda Kumajirō (福田熊次郎; ? - 1898), also known as Gusokuya (具足屋) was a publisher of woodblock prints, especially ukiyo-e, in Tokyo during the Meiji period. He inherited the business from his father Fukuda (Gusokuya) Kahei (具足屋嘉兵衛), who himself was the son of late Edo period woodblock artist Utagawa Kuniharu (歌川国春), born with the surname Fukuda but like other disciples of Utagawa Toyoharu (the Utagawa School) adopted the surname of the innovative artist (Kuniharu also developed his own pen name, Gusokuya, adopted by his son and grandson). Through the 19th century, the family firm published many of the leading woodblock artists of the day, including other members of the Utagawa School. After Kumajirō, the business passed to an adopted son named Hatsujiro (福田初次郎), but appears to have stopped publishing in the early 20th century, around the time of the Russo-Japanese War.