This is the location of Mokuhanken, the woodblock print studio of outsider gaijin David Bull, who, though not yet classified a Living National Treasure, has preserved Ukiyo-e culture and ways for the art form to move forward, through some ingenious Kickstarters and other means.
Now he's a YouTube star. Or he wasn't until YouTube tweaked their recommendation algorithms a month after he publishing the below video in August '17. Not many people watched it but apparently ~90% watched it to completion because it's so damn fascinating. And his star just keeps getting bigger.