Maruya Jinpachi (丸屋甚八; c. 1759 - 1872) was a paper and ornate fan (uchiwa) merchant, as well as a publisher of woodblock prints based in Edo (Tokyo). The firm is named after its founder and was passed on to his descendants, including an adopted son, who operated it until the early Meiji period. They produced nishiki-e by many of the leading ukiyo-e artists of the late Edo period, including members of the Utagawa School.