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Brochure
Printing
NYC

Communicate your ideas in a way anyone would love to see them. We are brochure printing specialists located in Downtown New York City.

Print unique, premium brochures in NYC with Japan Printing.

Let's create something great

We Have
Experience Printing
Brochures

Brochures are a hot commodity for many developing businesses. They offer a concise and practical way for companies to communicate important information to customers. However, brochures are usually not done in-house, especially for growing companies. We have been offering this very useful service to our customers for more than 40 years.

Our equipment is some of the most state-of-the-art in the industry, which allows us to produce your brochures faster and less expensively. As an established NYC-based brochure provider, we have a long list of satisfied customers who have been with us for decades.

 

Choose From Different
Brochure Styles

In regards to brochures, there are many different ways to bind or fold brochures. We offer great flexibility in this regard, as we offer a brochure printing service in NYC. So whether you are looking for single-fold brochures, tri-fold brochures, stapled brochures, tent-fold brochures, or any other presentation, we are able to accommodate any requirement.

Single-fold Brochures

Tri-fold Brochures

Stapled Brochures

Tent-Fold Brochures

Receive personalized assistance on your brochure 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
Brochure Papers

Just as we can fold brochures in different styles, we can also print them in many different papers. Below are some of the papers we have available for your brochures in NYC.

Suede Brochures

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

Mohawk Eggshell Brochures

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

Silk Brochures

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

Linen Brochures

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

Mohawk Eggshell Brochures

Highly Durable Paper
Cost-effective
Matte-finished

Matte Coated Brochures

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

Print your brochures with us today. Send us an email at info@japanprint.com, or call us at 212-406-2905

We Make Printing Brochures Convenient

Brochures are a great way to communicate any message much more effectively. However, designing and setting up the file to make it ready for printing can be tedious. In Japan Print, we make printing brochures very convenient. If you send us your design, we will let you know if it is okay for printing or tell you if you need to change anything on the file. On the other hand, if you ask us to design it, we will take care of everything, and we’ll send you a digital proof for approval before printing.

In any case, you can trust our team in Japan Printing will guide you to make sure your brochures look their greatest.

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

Custom Brochure
Printing in NYC

Sometimes, some brochure printing projects require unique solutions. At Japan Printing, we work with our clients to create products that meet their needs. So, if the brochure you want to print is different from standard brochures, we will probably be able to print it! We have printed many custom brochures for many of our clients, and we work on yours as well. 

You can call us, talk to us about your project, send us references, and our team will work on finding a printing solution for you. Below you will see some of the custom brochures we have printed for some of our clients!

We Print Brochures In
Downtown NYC, But We
Ship Internationally

Our NYC location does not limit our professional services to just the New York City area. We happily service the entire nation and take advantage of our NYC location to efficiently ship our products all over the country and beyond. We invite you to put our services to the test. Try us for your next set of brochures or flyers.

In conjunction with professional-grade business cards, your brochures and flyers can have a real impact on your business. Therefore, it is very important to be conscious of the printer that you use. Located in downtown Manhattan, we have been servicing clients for over four decades.

See What Our Customers Are Saying
About Our Brochures and Other
Printing Services

Our
Promise
To You

We strive to make your experience with us as easy and pleasant as possible. We promise a warm welcome when stopping by or calling our office. We want to be a new breed of printers by offering our customers a free consultation with a hands-on approach to deciding how you would like your postcards constructed. Sometimes customers do not realize all of the different finishes that are offered, and each customer will have the chance to see any or all of them.

We pride ourselves on our creativity. When you use us, rest assured that your project is receiving our undivided attention. We will offer our customers new and innovative ways of producing their postcards so that they will look like no other. Even our most basic products abide by this philosophy. We want our products to be as unique as our customers.

Send Us An Email Or Call Us

It is our priority to create a pleasant and meaningful relationship with our customers. Whether utilizing one of our high quality business card related services, or one of our professional translation services, we invite you to put us to the test. Your satisfaction is guaranteed.

FAQs
Postcards

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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.