The Fusui Gabo company was a Tokyo publishing house active during the 1930's. It was apparently owned by Fusui Shobo. Though the specialty of Fusui Gabo was reproducing paintings by famous ukiyo-e masters, the publisher also worked with shin hanga artists, including Takahashi Shotei. The Fusui Gabo company published both bijin-ga and landscape prints by Shotei. The majority of these landscapes are views of Mt. Fuji.
The publisher's seal at left reads "Copyright owned by Fusui Gabo Company" (Hanyen shoyu Fusui Gabo hakko). It is found stamped in the side margin of the print. In some cases, there is no border around this seal. Most of the prints published by Fusui Gabo are not dated. It is not known whether Fusui Gabo was active after World War II.