It’s like they knew exactly which beloved characters were missing in our hearts and our collections.

Last year, during the build-up to the release of Star Wars Episode VII, we presented to our readers three ukiyo-e prints that reveled in Japanese tradition but completely embodied the Force. The beautiful prints featured Darth Vader, an AT-AT fighting in the Battle of Hoth, and Queen Amidala with R2-D2. The limited number of each one, along with the hefty price tag, kept a lot of us from picking them up, but there was no denying the fact that the quality and craftsmanship couldn’t be rivaled. Until round two, that is…

▼ Old yet beautiful


This time around, in preparation for the release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, three brand-new prints have been created. Is it possible that these new prints outshine the original trilogy?

▼ New hotness




Boba Fett, Darth Maul and the Millenium Falcon are all iconic characters in the Star Wars universe, so it’s a real treat to see them depicted in a traditional Japanese art style. The prints will be available for pre-order on November 16 and as with the previous set, they will certainly make a dent in your bank account. At 50,000 yen (US$487.10), the Darth Maul and Boba Fett ukiyo-e can be purchased separately, but you will have to purchase a full set for 150,000 yen ($1,460.50) in order to own the Millennium Falcon print. Disney might be taking a big risk with Rogue One in December, but if it turns out to be half as good as these beautiful prints, they will definitely have a hit on their hands.

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