Utagawa Kunitsuru (歌川國鶴; 1807 - 1878) was a Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock artist and painter of the late Tokugawa and early Meiji period. As his professional name indicates, he was a member of the esteemed Utagawa school of woodblock printers, and more specifically was trained by disciples of Utagawa Toyokuni (歌川豊國). He was born in Edo but spent much of his career in Osaka and Yokohama. He moved to Yokohama in 1859, just as it was opening to foreign traders, and became an early purveyor of Yokohama-e prints, depicting foreigners and foreign technology in the treaty port.