Yamamura Seisuke (山村清助; 1847 - 1899), which can also be read Yamamura Kunitoshi or Yamamura Kiyosuke, also known as Utagawa Kunitoshi, was a Japanese woodblock print artist of the Meiji period. As his professional name suggests, he was a member of the esteemed Utagawa school, studying under Utagawa Kunisada I (1786–1865), Utagawa Kunitsugu (1800–1861), and Utagawa Kunisada II (1823-1880). His career overlapped with the opening of Japan to the outside world, and his work falls squarely within the Yokohama-e and kaika-e genres, depicting foreigners and new technologies in Japan, above all in Yokohama.