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Flyers
Printing
NYC

Flyers continue to be one of the tools most used by New Yorkers to promote a business or establish a local branding strategy.

At Japan Print,
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We are experts
in flyer printing.

Japan printing continues to be the place of choice for the most important Wall Street companies in New York and the United States. In addition, we have clients such as Tesla and Spotify among our portfolio. Our 40 years of experience make us unique in our printing techniques, materials, and customer service. We make sure to recommend the best materials and guide you through the entire flyer printing process.

Keep in mind that flyers are still an excellent advertising tool due to their low cost and effectiveness in communicating detailed messages quickly. This is one of the reasons why large companies continue to invest in this type of advertising material.

Choose From Different
Flyer Finishes

We know all companies have different needs and objectives for their marketing efforts. Based on that, we offer a wide variety of flyer finishes to make sure you can print what you need.

Raised Ink Flyers

Three-dimensional Raised Ink Printing.
Unique Pantone colors that always remain the same.
Cost-Effective.

Spot UV Flyers

Custom Glossy Lamination.
Premium Velvet or Silk Laminated Paper.
Raised Spot UV Option Available.

Foil Flyers

Premium Metallic Ink Stamping.
Premium Velvet or Silk Laminated Paper.
Raised Foil Stamping Available.

Raised Ink Flyers

Three-dimensional Raised Ink Printing.
Unique Pantone colors that always remain the same.
Cost-Effective.

Spot UV Flyers

Custom Glossy Lamination.
Premium Velvet or Silk Laminated Paper.
Raised Spot UV Option Available.

Foil Flyers

Premium Metallic Ink Stamping.
Premium Velvet or Silk Laminated Paper.
Raised Foil Stamping Available.

Embossed Flyers

Make elements stand out with Embossing.
Exclusive and uncommon finish.
Premium cotton papers.

Painted Edges Flyers

Available in any color.
Thin and Thick Papers Available.
Straight or Rounded Corners.

Receive personalized assistance
on your flyer order.

Send us an email at info@japanprint.com or call us at 212-406-2905

We will be glad to assist you!

Choose From Different
Flyer Papers

The type of paper you choose in a flyer is a crucial point in the success of your marketing efforts. Remember that flyers must not only contain your business information but must be eye-catching and strategic to stand out from the competition. And the paper you choose is the first point of contact between your target audience and your advertising campaign.

These are some papers that you can choose for your project!

Suede Flyers

Our premium-feeling paper.
Fully matte and soft-touch laminated.
Great for any design.

Mohawk Eggshell Flyers

Japan's preferred paper.
Naturally Eggshell textured.
Great color absorbent/taker.

Silk Flyers

Matte and highly durable lamination.
Smooth, silky texture.
Great for Foil and Spot UV finishes.

Linen Flyers

Great for Raised Ink printing.
Elegant and classy crosshatch linen texture.
Superior Ink Retention.

Mohawk Eggshell Flyers

Highly Durable Paper.
Cost-effective.
Matte-finished.

Matte Coated Flyers

Highly Durable Paper.
Cost-Effective.
Glossy-finished.

Cotton Flyers

Lightweight paper.
Great for Embossed and Letterpress printing.
Uncoated and Naturally Textured.

We Make Printing Flyers Convenient

One of the most significant drawbacks that companies have when printing their advertising flyers is the organization of the files and choosing the correct tones so that the advertising material looks as close to or equal to the digital design.

We understand that this is not something you should organize or comprehend. And we are aware that any error in the print file can potentially damage all your advertising material. For this reason, we have specialists trained in illustrator and other programs to help you with this part of the process.

All you have to do is contact us and send us the file
you want to print. We will take care of the rest.

Custom flyer Printing in NYC

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In many cases, the most common flyer printing options do not fit our objectives or expectations. For this reason, we have a team of experts in flyer printing who will listen to you and help you create and print a custom flyer unique to your needs. When you print flyers with us, you will find a team that genuinely cares about your project and will advise you on how to get the most out of your flyers.

Call us at 212-406-2905 or send us an email
at info@japanprint.com for more information!

How can I be sure that
I'm printing flyers with
the right finish or paper?

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In many cases, the most common flyer printing options do not fit our objectives or expectations.
For this reason, we have a team of experts in flyer printing who will listen to you and help you create and print a custom flyer unique to your needs. When you print flyers with us, you will find a team that genuinely cares about your project and will advise you on how to get the most out of your flyers.

Visit us! 48 Wall St, 11th Floor New York, NY 10005
You can also call us at 212-406-2905 or send us an email at info@japanprint.com for more information!

Why Print Flyers With Us?

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Do not worry! If you don’t have a design for your flyer, we can help you. We have 40 years of experience advising different businesses to choose the best design for your flyer. You can call us or visit us personally, and we will gladly show you several ideas that you can use for your next printing project.

Why Print Flyers With Us?

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At Japan Printing, you will find a team that actively listens to your needs and makes sure your order is always delivered to the letter. Moreover, if we promise you a turnaround date, you can trust that you will get your products on time and with excellent quality. We value your business, and we understand it’s vital for you to have a printer you can trust.

If you haven’t printed with us before, we invite you to put us to the test. We have been a trusted printing company in New York for more than 40 years

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Frequently Asked Questions
Flyer Printing in NYC

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We offer postcards in all sizes, but some custom sizes are not available for some finishes or papers. Our most requested postcard sizes are 5” x 7” and 4” x 6”

Our postcard thicknesses start at 10pt (80lb – 100lb and go up to 42pt. The thickness availability depends on the type of card you are printing. When dealing with postcards, it is important to consider that the thicker they are, the more boxes you will need to carry them and the more expensive they will be. For your reference: a credit card is 30pt thick.

When designing a postcard, we recommend you first pick the postcard style you would like to have and then design it based on that. We recommend this because some designs aren’t printable in some styles. 

Another thing it’s essential to take into account is the bleeds. In printing, every design must have a bleed area to give printing machines room for error. In this area, you will find three mains sectors: bleed’s area, final (actual) size, and the safe zone. Anything in the bleed’s area is very unlikely to appear on the card. Anything in the final size is likely to be in the card, but there’s a chance it’s not. And finally, anything in the safe zone will definitely be on the postcard. If your design has text or anything that must be in the final product, make sure it is in the safe zone.

If we use the standard size of postcards in the USA (5 x 7 inches), the size with bleeds would be 5.125 x 7.125 inches. On the other hand, the safe zone would be the opposite, 4.875 x 6.875 inches.

If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us at info@japanprint.com. Or call us at 212-406-2905.

Printers can print postcards with many different combinations, but not every combination is possible. Below is a list of the factors you can change on a postcard:

  • Straight or rounded corners.
  • Size.
  • CMYK printing. 
  • Offset Pantone Printing. 
  • Paper/Texture.
  • Single or double-sided. 
  • Shapes. 
  • Finishes: Spot UV, Painted Edges, Letterpress, Raised Ink, and more.

There are postcard papers that cannot have some finishes or even straight corners (like plastic postcards). So to avoid back and forth, we always recommend our clients to start by picking the finish they would like to have and then see what other features can be added to the postcards. 

If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us at info@japanprint.com. Or call us at 212-406-2905.

After 40 years of printing postcards in NYC and Japan, we have vast knowledge about what should be on a postcard. For us, the most important information would be the message, purpose, or service offered, phone number, email, and website(if you have one). For businesses like restaurants, retail stores, or such, adding the business’ address is also a good idea. 

What you put on your postcard also depends on your industry and the postcards’ purpose. For example, if you need your postcards to attract customers, then adding information like coupons, offers, and services can be a good idea. Instead, if you need your postcards to be a way to give your information after meeting a client, then adding your contact information is more than enough. Of course, that would be considering you already shared with your client all the information you needed him to have.

Postcards are much more cost-effective when bought in larger quantities. So in many cases, the more postcards you print, the better it is. However, there are some reasons why you shouldn’t print too many postcards at once:

  • You’re planning to move soon. (You can also print postcards without a business address) 
  • Your phone number or email address is going to be replaced for new information. 
  • Your company is redesigning its corporate image.

Basically, if any information you have in your postcards is likely to change for something else, it is best to print a small quantity and then print postcards in a larger amount. 

If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us at info@japanprint.com. Or call us at 212-406-2905.

Yes, you can print pictures on a postcard. However, there are some things you have to keep into account before doing it. 

  • Pictures can only be printed using CMYK colors, not Pantone. 
  • Some printing techniques require Pantone colors, like Raised Ink postcards, so it is not possible to apply thermography if there is a picture as the background of the postcards. 
  • Any photo with less than 300 DPI will look blurry and bad overall, so it’s essential to ensure every image has a high-resolution quality before printing. 
  • Pictures usually look best when there is little to no text on top of them. If you want to combine information with pictures, it is always best to ask a designer to give you professional advice on doing it.
  • Pictures look best in papers with high color-absorbing capabilities, like Mohawk Superfine Eggshell paper or 100% cotton papers. 

Apart from that, if you need pictures printed on your card, we will make sure to give you the best recommendation!

If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us at info@japanprint.com. Or call us at 212-406-2905.

We offer more than 100 different postcard papers. Here’s a list of the most common ones:

  • Mohawk Superfine
  • Suede Laminated
  • Strathmore
  • Cotton
  • Finch Smooth
  • Classic Crest
  • Dull Matte
  • Glossy
  • Silk Laminated
  • Linen

And many more!

We offer postcards in all the styles and finishes below.

  • Raised Ink Postcards
  • Letterpress Postcards
  • Spot UV Postcards
  • Raised Spot UV Postcards
  • Foil Postcards
  • Raised Foil Postcards
  • Embossed Postcards
  • Painted Edges Postcards
  • Plastic Postcards
  • Transparent Postcards

In case you don’t find the finish you’re looking for in the list above, send us an email at info@japanprint.com to get more information about custom postcard projects.

Yes, we can create your postcard design based on the reference you give us.

There is no limit on the colors you can add to a postcard. However, that depends on the ink you’re using. If the printer uses CMYK colors, there is no limit; but there is a limit if the printer uses Pantone colors. 

In printing, there are two different ways to print: digital printing and offset printing. Digital printing uses CMYK colors, and since it is a digital printing technique, it can print as many colors as needed, although colors tend to vary in each set (not much, but they vary). 

On the other side, we have offset printing. Here, printers need to prepare the inks manually (each Pantone color). This process creates limitations on the number of Pantone colors you can print on a single postcard, varying from one to five. Five being the maximum colors you could add to a postcard without making it unaffordable.

To give you an example of when to opt to use offset printing and not digital printing, we’ll use Coca-Cola as an example. Coca-Cola’s branding is exceptional, and one of the reasons it is like that is because they always use the same red color, no matter where you find it. To make sure their red color always looks the same, they use a Pantone color and print it in an offset printing machine; that way, there are little to no variations in how the color looks. If they used CMYK colors, variations would be more common.

To make the colors of your postcards always look the same, you have to use Pantone colors. If you also want your postcard colors to be the same as other printing materials you have. In that case, you can use the same Pantone color across other stationery you have, and the color will be the same. 

If your company doesn’t have Pantone colors picked yet, feel free to visit us and choose one from our Pantone books. When picking Pantone colors, it is best to do it live because colors on a screen look very different from what they look in real life. 

If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us at info@japanprint.com. Or call us at 212-406-2905.

Postcards can last years if they are taken care of properly. In our record books, we have 7-years-old postcards that still look great. There are two main reasons our postcards look so good after so many years. The first one is that our papers and inks are of the highest quality; the second one is that we carefully store them in a cold, dry place in plastic postcard slots. 

However, we know that’s not the case for every business or person. When handling a postcard, the card mustn’t be dirty, bend, or anything like that. If you want your postcards to remain like new even after months or years, we recommend keeping them in a postcard holder. 

Also, if durability is the most important postcard factor for you, plastic postcards might be your best option. Our recyclable plastic postcards can last long periods without losing quality at the same rate paper postcards do. 

If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us at info@japanprint.com.

The main difference between standard postcards and premium postcards is that standard postcards are plain and don’t have features. In contrast, premium postcards have features like Spot UV, Thermography, Foil, and more. Premium postcards also use premium papers like suede. 

Under the standard line, we offer postcards like 14pt uncoated, 16pt dull/matte postcards, and 16pt glossy postcards. Even though they are standard postcards, they still offer a high-quality presentation for their price; the only factor you would be losing when ordering these cards is that they won’t be significantly different. In case you need to print postcards in bulk, these cards are a great pick if you’re looking for the most cost-effective postcards possible without losing too much on quality.

If you didn’t find the answer to your question, please feel free to email us at info@japanprint.com

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