Hoeisha (方英舎; fl. c. 1890 -1910) was a Japanese lithographer active in Tokyo in the late Meiji Period (late 19th - early 20th centuries). His offices were located in the Kanda Mitoshirocho district of Tokyo. His work exhibits sophisticated chromolithographic technique and suggest he was able to print at both small and large scale. There is a small collection of chromolithograph postcards by Hoeisha at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. He is associated with only one large map, an impressive missionary map of Japan issued with Henry Mohr Landis.