|Utagawa Yoshikazu was a Japanese Ukiyo-e printmaker who was active between 1850 and 1870. He was a pupil of Utagawa Kuniyoshi and one of the major early printmakers of the Yokohama school. His subject matter included foreigners and foreign customs and manners, as well as landscapes and warriors. He was also a book illustrator. Although best known for his Yokohama prints of foreigners, Yoshikazu also did a series of historical triptychs.