Longest woodblock print
龍輝 君島
220.32 metre(s)
Japan (Hiroshima)

The longest woodblock print measures 220.32 m (722 ft 9.95 in) in length and was completed by Tatsuteru Kimijima (Japan) after four years of work in Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Japan, on 16 November 2014.

Tatsuteru Kimijima worked on the woodblock print from June 2010 to November 2014. The artist has moved to Hiroshima to spread the message of world peace through his works.

The largest woodblock print is titled Banga-Cosmo 242.

The same woodblock print also is the Largest woodblock print based on its area.