Tokuriki Tomikichiro (1902-2000) was a printmaker from the late Meiji Era to the Heisei Era. He is the 12th generation of the Tokuriki family to be born in the Nishi Honganji temple. At an early age, he studied painting under Shunkyo Yamamoto. In 1920, he entered the Kyoto Municipal College of Painting, where he studied Japanese-style painting under Irie Hako, and after graduation studied under Tsuchida Bakusen, Kashiki Menro, and others. He won many prizes at the National Exhibition, including the Kogyu Prize and the Kokuga Prize.