Seibidō (株式會社精美堂; fl. c. 1886 - present) is a Tokyo-based printer and publisher. Initially specializing in newspaper illustrations, advertisements, and headline fonts, Seibidō later branched into other areas of publishing and printing. The company was late to switch away from woodblock techniques, not doing so until the postwar period, but then rapidly adopted the latest technology of the 1950s. By the 1970s, the company had stopped publishing their own material but focused instead on platemaking and advertisements, and by the 1990s had embraced digital printing techniques.

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