This website features research conducted by students in the art history course “Japan Visual Culture: Prehistory to the Present” (ARHI 2221) at Fordham University in fall 2018 under the supervision of Asato Ikeda. The course covered Japanese art and visual culture from the ancient to the contemporary periods, touching on issues of religion, parody, gender, violence, and viewer identification, among others. Through this digital project, students explored their own interests within Japanese visual culture. The contributors are: Katrina R. Arutunyan, Olivia Del Vecchio, Haley J. DeWeese, Julie C. Hamon, Hannah L. Lawson, Lucy M. O’Brian, Jane K. Schiavone, Cole T. Wagner, and Shannon L. Zipfel.